Microsoft unveiled apps to connect Android and Windows

Microsoft has unveiled a new application that should improve communication between Android smartphones and computers. The company announced this in its official blog.

The application was called Phone Link and has undergone serious changes as compared to its predecessor. The software offers a different interface, as well as a simplified connection of the smartphone to the PC using a QR-code.

Phone Link allows you to access files on your smartphone via computer without a wired connection. Moreover, some phone models will give support to make and receive phone calls. Finally, the application allows you to run the Android workspace directly on your computer.



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