Your PC is about to give you access to your phone’s apps. If you have the right phone, at least. There is already a Microsoft Windows 10 update rolling out that supports your Samsung phone to run mobile apps on your desktop, as promised when Samsung revealed the Galaxy Note 20. No more need to reach for your handset in order to look at your social media, you now just lunch from a delivery app right on your windows PC.
Apps run in separate windows to allow for multitasking, and you can pin them to your Start menu or Taskbar if you use them often enough. You can use a mouse, keyboard and touch to interact.
Of course, not every device supports this new feature, only devices that run the latest android version benefits and in addition you’ll need a phone with the latest Link to Windows integration that is only supported by Android 9.0(pie) for now. In addition, device has to be on same Wi-Fi network to enable this union otherwise you will not perform this on a phone you forgot home.
Everything will be run without installing any other third party software as it has been using android emulators like Bluestack. This is a straightforward strategy.
Although this desktop and mobile union looks promising there is a lot to fix especially on handling everything on a single window or push your way through your phone’s operating system and launching your favorite app but it’s considerably closer and promising.