Have you always wanted to mirror your Android phone screen on your PC, well you soon can with Microsoft. The company wants you to see your phone’s particular app on your PC. At the recently concluded Microsoft Surface event, Shilpa Ranganathan, Mobile General Manager, previewed a Windows 10 feature.
The latest feature will allow you to mirror your phone’s entire screen onto your desktop. During the event, the feature was previewed where you could mirror your phone’s screen on your desktop. For instance, you can see and reply to a Snapchat conversation without having to grab your smartphone on the desk.
The feature looks similar to an Android emulator within Windows. The feature is a handy addition for someone who is tired of switching devices just to remain updated with all the social networks they are active on.
She later moved on to the Microsoft Launcher for Android. By swiping to the right you can get feeds of calendar events, to do items, and your timeline.
The feature suggests we will soon be getting the Your Phone app as a part of the Windows 10 October update. This allows you to see the most used recent photos and messages from an Android phone right on your Windows 10 desktop.