Microsoft integrates Android apps into Windows 10 with Your Phone
Microsoft integrates Android apps into Windows 10 with Your Phone

Microsoft has released an update to the Your Phone app that allows Windows 10 users to run Android apps with Windows apps on their home PC.

This new feature builds on the mirroring feature that the Your Phone app already provides, as users can access and run a list of Android app apps from a computer. These applications operate in a separate window from the phone application.

With the new Your Phone app, Windows 10 users can also support multitasking with other Windows apps by clicking Alt Tab. In addition, these apps can be installed in the taskbar or Windows 10 menu (start menu): By being able to launch applications directly from your phone app, users can install Android apps in the taskbar and then run them like regular Windows apps.

Of course, a lot of the new app experience for your phone means that many Android apps can work in parallel, which is what Microsoft announced in the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 phone released today. . Windows 10 users won't be able to access this special feature on Galaxy Note 20 devices until "later this year". Microsoft has announced that it will work with Samsung to offer this feature on other devices.

Please note that not all Android applications work properly with the new "Your Phone" function. Microsoft warns that some apps may not support working on other screens, resulting in a black screen. Some apps and games don't respond to keyboard or mouse.

If you want to try new jobs, you must have Samsung devices. Microsoft has released a list of supported Android devices that are currently limited to Samsung devices.

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