Phone Link is the closest thing Android users will get to a Windows-Android ecosystem, albeit lacking some of the advantages of the MacBook-iPhone connection. Microsoft released Phone Link (formerly known as Your Phone) to compete with the MacBook-iPhone integration, which gets most things right.
Released in 2018, Phone Link lets you receive and send messages, calls, and photos from your Windows PC by pairing your Android handset with the computer over Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Install the app’s companion, Link to Windows, from the Google Play Store before using it. after download it to your mobile than install it to your PC. and launch app on both pc and mobile and complete the setup, its a very easy setup and enjoy your mobile on your pc
In for a treat if you possess a Samsung flagship. Samsung customers may now take benefit of cross-device copy-paste, a highly valued feature in the Apple ecosystem. Similar to this, app mirroring enables you to access mobile apps on a computer. Last but not least, file sharing enables easy file sharing by allowing you to drag and drop items from your phone to your PC or vice versa. It’s unfortunate that the best features are only available on Samsung flagship models. Microsoft should eventually make them available to all Android smartphones, we hope.
- WhatsApp and all other texting app
- File drag and drop
- cross copy and paste between mobile and PC
- Screen Mirroring
- and many more
You might want to transfer photos from your Android device to a Windows computer occasionally, but the process can be time-consuming. You can save the last 2,000 screenshots or photos you took with your phone on your Windows PC by using Phone Link’s Images tab.
Except for the Samsung-only capabilities, Phone Link has outstanding functionality in every area. If you are using Windows 10 1903 build or later, the app should be installed. Phone Link is a useful app to try out if you have Windows and Android-powered devices. The app is also great for people who have short attention spans because it enables them to concentrate on their work rather than being distracted by their phones, similar to how Android’s Bedtime mode promotes restful sleep.