Microsoft Brings Android Call Notifications on Windows 10 PCs
The recently-released Windows 10 build 16199 comes with a new feature for Android users that brings phone call notifications right on their desktops.
Offering support for Android and iOS devices is one of Microsoft’s priorities, and at the Build developer conference recently, the company announced a new series of features that will arrive on smartphones not running its own platform.
Today, the software giant starts testing incoming call notifications on Android devices, so whenever someone with a phone powered by Google’s operating system receives a call, a notification shows up on their desktops with options like decline and text back. It goes without saying that answering the call is not possible, though such functionality could be added a later time.
Cortana on both devices, same MSA
What you need to do to get phone notifications on your Windows 10 PC is to have Cortana set up and running on both the PC and the Android smartphone, obviously lo… (read more)
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