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When is the Inbuilt Support to Mirror iPhone to PC arriving?
Does anyone know if Microsoft has any plans to manage smartphones (iPhone, Android devices specifically) from PC ? I am talking about features like Mirroring your phone notifications to PC (Call, Text notifications etc.), Mirroring screen to PC etc. Currently, there are only third party apps that enable users to do that. But that comes at a cost.
Download this app from Microsoft Store for Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows 10 Team (Surface Hub), HoloLens, Xbox One. See screenshots, read the latest customer reviews, and compare ratings for Microsoft Photos.
The Photos app in Windows 10 gathers photos from your PC, phone, and other devices, and puts them in one place where you can more easily find what you’re looking for. To get started, in the search box on the taskbar, type photos and then select the Photos app from the results. Or, press Open the Photos app in Windows. Open the Photos app
For recent photos, use the Your Phone app from Microsoft Store. With this app, you also do not need a USB cable to view and copy the most recent photos from your camera and screenshot folder. This feature only includes recent photos and doesn’t import videos. Your Phone app requires an Android phone with Android OS 7.0 or newer.
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The new Photos app makes it fun and easy to enhance your digital memories. And if you liked making videos with Windows Movie Maker, you’ll love what you can do with Photos. Store all your photos all in one place Find photos fast Enhance with effects Make movie magic Pick a theme, pick a soundtrack ...