Microsoft has created an in-house department that will house teams to develop apps and services for Android. writes that Windows Central. The new division will be named Android Microsoft Platform and Experiences and will be headed by Panos Panay.
Teams from Surface Duo Android OS, SwiftKey Keyboard app, Phone Link app on Windows and Microsoft Launcher will be part of the new section. SwiftKey and Microsoft Launcher employees belong According to Windows Central Until recently to the Microsoft Mobile Experiences section. It was also reportedly developed for iOS devices.
According to Windows Central, the new industry was created to increase Microsoft’s commitment to Android over time. According to Windows Central, Microsoft wants to work on better integration between Windows and Android, an integration that should go beyond what’s now offered through the Phone Link app and model more closely what Apple offers to iOS and Mac users.
Microsoft also recently changed the name of the Your Phone app in Windows 11. It’s now called phone link† The design of the app has been fixed. The app enables applications between Android smartphones and Windows PCs. For example, you can chat and voice chat via PC, receive notifications via Windows from the phone, transfer files and view photos from the device on the PC.
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