Microsoft is testing a new feature that allows Android users to control the music on the smartphone via Windows 10 PCs. Users can access and control the music on their Android smartphones directly via the Your Phone app. The feature is currently limited the Your Phone app running on the latest Windows Insider build, and Microsoft has said that it is “gradually rolling out” to Your Phone version 1.20041.82 and above. Your Phone is an app developed by Microsoft for Windows 10, for connecting to Android devices. With the app users can receive phone calls, access photos, and more on their computers.
Microsoft in a blog post said that users can play, respite, and switch music that is being played from a choice of sound applications on their cell phones. Your Phone desktop application can control music on applications including Spotify, Pandora, Amazon Music, Google Play Music, YouTube Music, Xiaomi Music, and Google Podcast. “Show audio currently playing from my phone will be turned on by default in the Your Phone app settings if Your Phone Notifications permissions are granted” the blog post expressed.
Recently, Microsoft added another feature to the Your Phone desktop application that permitted Samsung users to relocate files between the smartphones and Windows 10 PC over Wi-Fi. Be that as it may, the feature was once more, available to users on Windows Insider builds as it were.