Windows 10 Will Soon Mirror Android Notifications
During Build 2016, Microsoft announced that Windows 10 users will be able to view Android notifications on their Windows 10 devices soon.
The said feature essentially revolves around Microsoft’s Cortana application for Android. Every Windows 10 user with Cortana installed on his or her Android-based device will receive all Android notifications directly from the cloud across all Win-10 devices including PCs, smartphones, and tablets. In addition to receiving the Android notifications, users will also be able to interact with them.
Furthermore, Microsoft has not said anything about receiving iOS notifications so it seems like the feature is currently only available for Android-based devices only. Currently, it remains to be seen as to when Microsoft decides to roll out the said feature, but it seems highly likely that it will roll out as a part of Microsoft’s Anniversary Update.
In related Windows 10 news, according to a latest Steam survey, 64-bit version of Windows 10 is currently the most popular operating system on Valve’s Steam. The recent survey has revealed that the latest operating system has surpassed Windows 7 by 3.98 per cent. To read up more, head over to the post!
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