Microsoft's Your Phone app bridges the gap between your PC and a smartphone, making it easy to get a shot on your PC. Eventually, Microsoft hopes that your phone is going to evolve into something even bigger, so it's. As your PC with Continuum, Microsoft worth checking out.
The idea behind your phone is focus: Pulling out your phone is an unnecessary distraction within Windows' world. Microsoft feels that a text should be processed in the same way as an email, as a quick interaction that can be dealt with and then set aside.
It is also a gateway to other Microsoft apps for your phone. Microsoft Hyperlapse Mobile and Word. You are looking for a way to download apps like the Swiftkey keyboard, Microsoft News, and older apps like Microsoft Hyperlapse Mobile and Word. None of these are necessary to allow your phone to function, though.
How to set up your phone
To use your phone, you'll first need the Windows 1
On Windows, the Your Phone app should be immediately apparent. 10 beta 2018 update, a shortcut to the phone app appeared on your pc's desktop, and it seems to come out as well.
The Phone App for Android can be downloaded free of charge The Phone App.
Unfortunately, it does not seem to be a Phone Companion app for iOS. My colleague Brad Chacos said that your phone reported that Apple's iOS could only send webpage URLs from the phone to Windows.
Note that the Phone Companion app is apparently out of the phone 10. But there is a Photos Companion app for iOS, authored by Microsoft, that allows you to send photos from your iPhone to Windows. Yes, this is horribly confusing-which is why we focus on the Android app.
In fact, the Mobile Your Phone Connection app is actually offering nothing but as of late your phone is currently connected, at least for the moment it establishes your phone and your PC are linked, and offers suggestions for additional apps. If the two are not connected, make sure that both your phone and PC are on the same Wi-Fi network, as well as connected via Bluetooth. I've found that when your phone is not syncing properly, Bluetooth's usually the culprit.
Using Your Phone
On Windows, the Your Phone app performs two very simple functions: It provides a repository for your phone's text messages, known as messages, as well as photos. Messages can be written and responded to using your PC's keyboard. If you've just returned to your PC,
Using Your Phone to send texts is easy: Simply select a contact and either author or reply to a text to that person. There's a small hitch, though: While your phone appeared to pull contacts from my Android phone, it did not understand Google distinguished to SMS-capable mobile phone from a landline. Windows 196 Your Phone ” width=”700″ height=”651″ data-imageid=”100779085″ data-license=”IDG”/> Mark Hachman / IDG The screen for composing and replying to messages is very cut-and-dried. As this screenshot indicates, URLs are left
The screen for composing and replying to messages is very cut-and-dried. As this screenshot indicates, URLs are left
texting texting : pictures and GIFs are not downloaded, and you'll be asked to view the content on your phone. Rich Communication Services (aka joyn) is not supported, either. Maybe that's why Messages is listed in the preview?
The Photos component of Your Phone is straight forward, although I ran into a few bugs in my time using it. For one thing, syncing can still be problematic, even with the phone connected via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and remaining in an unlocked mode. (Microsoft has not said that in the case of photos to work, though I did so in order to test it.) Do something wrong, and your phone may think that the two are not connected.
Photos places a grid of screenshots and photos taken with your phone inside your phone app, up to a total of 25. You can right-click each photo and copy and save it (at full resolution) elsewhere to your hard drive. Double-clicking it opens the Photos app, where you can share it,
One hundred and four I need to save a copy of the photo locally or on a backup drive if you perform any edits upon it. The fact that they are not stored locally so they are intentionally or accidentally deleting a picture from the photos aspect of your phone, as that option is grayed out. You can not mark a photo as a favorite within the Your Phone app.