You can now test Microsoft’s “Your Phone” tool to connect your Android device to Windows 10

You can now test Microsoft’s “Your Phone” tool to connect your Android device to Windows 10

As technology has progressed, we’ve watched as things have become easier and easier to connect and work together. With the rise of smartphones, a demand grew for wanting to share content to desktops, laptops, tablets, and more. A result of this demand is why the Chromecast has been so successful for Google. Connecting Android to Windows devices has always been a challenge, and that allowed for applications like Pushbullet and Join to garner millions of downloads. Microsoft’s solution to this feature is a tool they have dubbed “Your Phone,” and you can now test it on devices that are running the latest build of Windows 10.

This is something that Microsoft could have solved a decade ago when smartphones began trending to what they are today. However, they were a bit unorganized at that time and once they figured out a plan the company wanted to use the feature as a selling point for Windows Phones. As we all know, the whole Windows Phone project didn’t turn out to be all that it was built up to be. Since its demise, we have watched as Microsoft has begun focusing a lot of their attention on the Android and iOS platforms.

Yes I know if you use Linux KDE you've had this functionality for years already...

See https://www.xda-developers.com/microsoft-your-phone-android-windows-10-2/


You can try Microsoft's "Your Phone" tool to connect Android devices to Windows 10
Microsoft's solution to phone syncing is a tool called "Your Phone," and you can now test it on devices that are running the latest build of Windows 10.

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