Microsoft is gearing up to release the long-awaited and much talked about Android screen mirroring feature. A feature the Redmond company debuted last year.
The company first started experimenting with the ‘run Android apps on Windows’ business on the Your Phone app. This Windows 10 app lets you see and now use the application running on your Android phone right on the Windows 10 PC computer.
This feature is currently available in beta for Windows Insiders running the Windows Build 1803 or newer.
“You can now mirror your Android phone’s screen directly on your PC without having to dig for your phone,” writes a Microsoft Agent on the company’s Community forums.
When rolled out, a Windows 10 user will pair their Android phone and its content mirrored on their PC. They will be able to operate their phone right from their PC. A much-needed feature for those of us who are constantly glued to our computer, and resent having to change from computer to phone to reply to messages.
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