Microsoft has released for all users the integration that allows you to open Android apps with the help of Your Phone on Windows 10. Windows programs, but remains limited to Samsung smartphones.
The update of the feature depends on the latest version of the Your Phone program that exists for Windows 10. The apps that are on the smartphones open in dedicated windows on the desktop of the PC computer, allowing the use of the mouse to emulate touches on the screen and the keyboard to write. You can open multiple Android apps and even pin them to the taskbar, just as with Windows 10 programs.
The integration uses a technology called Link to Windows and remains exclusive to Samsung smartphones. With it the touch on the smartphone screen is done by the mouse pointer or the touch screen of some notebooks, with all the processing happening on the same phone – Your Phone just mirrors the phone’s screen inside the PC.
The announcement of the release of the feature for all users happened at Your phone’s Twitter account. In the social network Microsoft says that even released today, the integration should take up to 48 hours to arrive for all compatible devices.
The list of compatible devices is this:
- Galaxy Note 9
- Galaxy S9 and S9 +
- Galaxy Note10, Note 10+ and Note 10 Lite
- Galaxy Fold
- Galaxy S10, S10e, S10 Lite and S10 +
- Galaxy A8s
- Galaxy A30s and A31
- Galaxy A40 and A41
- Galaxy A50, A51 and A50s
- Galaxy A60
- Galaxy A70, A71, A70s and A71 5G
- Galaxy A80
- Galaxy A90s and A90 5G
- Galaxy S20, S20 + and S20 Ultra
- Galaxy Fold
- Galaxy XCover Pro
- Galaxy Z Flip