Microsoft has pushed out the calling assistance in the Your Phone app. The feature was evaluated for a couple of months by Windows Insider members, and it has actually now pushed out to the public. This feature will enable users to make and receive calls on PCs utilizing the Your Phone app. Moreover, users can also be able to dial to make a call, call history check, and transfer the calls between PC and phone.
Calling with Your Phone was initially revealed at Samsung Unpacked for the Galaxy Note 10 series. Microsoft started preparing to support more devices last month. The most recent upgrade to Your Phone brings the calling assistance to any Android 7+ phone. You will likewise require a Windows 10 PC with Bluetooth, Windows 10 19H1 or more recent, and Windows 10 build 18362.356 (minimum).
Users can now utilize the Your Phone app on the PC to respond to an incoming phone call, through your PC. You can even make calls utilizing the in-app dialler and accessing the contact list. If you do not want to answer the call, you can reject these calls through the PC and even send out a customized text when you reject it. The call history will likewise be accessible through the PC, and much like the phone, clicking a current call will automobile display the number within the dialer screen. Users can even move your calls in between PC to phone flawlessly, in case you want to move.
The latest update to the app on the PC slowly rolling out to users. You can download Your Phone app for PC from Microsoft Store and the Android app from Play Store.