Microsoft Your Phone App Now Lets You Answer Calls From PC


Microsoft has rolled out a couple of new features for the Your Phone app. Now, users get call support features on the app. The feature was announced via Microsoft's official Twitter handle, the feature will allow users to make and receive calls on their PC using the Microsoft Your Phone app.

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Microsoft users can now dial a number to make a call on their PC. They can check their call history and also seamlessly transfer calls between the PC and the phone. Microsoft says the feature helps users as they can avoid picking their phones while working on the PC. After initially tested for a few months by the Windows Insider members, the feature is available worldwide.

The Microsoft Your Phone app on the PC allows users to make calls using the in-app dialer and accessing the contact list. If users wish to decline a call, they can even send a custom text via the PC.

When the user clicks the recent call, it will automatically reveal the number that was recently dialed on the screen. Microsoft notes that in case users need to get up and move around, they can also switch from the PC to the phone without any fuss.

Users will need the Android 7 Nougat ot above on their smartphones to access the feature. The Your Phone app can be installed from the Google Play Store. Microsoft notes that only Windows 10 users can get the feature and will likely not function on older versions. Plus, the Windows 10 PC should have Bluetooth support as well to connect with the smartphone.

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