Microsoft’s New App ‘Your Phone’ provides Calling in Windows 10 in the Beta version

Microsoft is planning to add calling support to the latest Windows 10 version. Now, the users of Windows 10 will be able to use the calling features which will help them to accept the incoming calls on their Your Phone app. For this feature to work some pre-requirements are to done like smartphones that run on Android Nougat or higher version. Microsoft also brought support for Android Notifications on the Your Phone App for Windows 10 in July. You can also see the notifications which you receive on your smartphone and see it on your pc at the same time.

Now, the users will be able to get calling support along with the Your Phone app. The users can receive or make calls from their pc without having to pick your phone. The features will be available in Windows 10 preview build 18999. So if you are currently using the stable version of Microsoft then you have to wait for some time to get the app.

For the insider members to use this app, you still need to have a smartphone with Android 7 Nougat or higher versions. You can download the Your Phone app from google and then also need to have it on your Windows 10 PC. Your PC needs to have Bluetooth support otherwise you cannot connect it.

After all these requirements are met then you can use the Your Phone app on your PC and use it to answer incoming calls or also call someone with the help of your PC. There is an in-app dialer that you can use to make the calls by dialing the number manually. You can also use Your Phone to get access to your own cell phone history.

Michael Jamson
Michael Jamson
Michael Jamson is an established technical expert with 6+ years of background in managing the overall designing & development of Machine Learning, Big Data, and AI-powered ventures. He is also an adrenaline junkie, so to refresh himself he loves to indulge in adventure sports such as bungee jumping, paragliding, parachuting, and much more.


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