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Microsoft announced the availability of its Surface Duo smartphone today, and with it, more tidbits about the device are coming out, including support for all the Your Phone features on Windows 10.
As part of today's announcements at Unpacked, Samsung announced a few more features for Galaxy devices through the Your Phone app, including the ability to access mobile apps from your PC.
The Windows 10 Your Phone app is picking up yet another new capability, this time making it possible to easily move files between your phone and PC. The feature is exclusive to Samsung devices.
Microsoft's Your Phone app now lets Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip users copy and paste content between the phones and the PC. The feature must be enabled from the Your Phone app on the PC.
Samsung has rolled out a number of features originally found on the Galaxy Note10 series to the Galaxy S10 devices such as the Link to Windows integration and native Night mode for the front camera.
One of the key features in Samsung's new Galaxy Note10 is Link to Windows, which provides better integration with Microsoft's Your Phone. The feature is coming to more Galaxy handsets.
At its launch event for the Galaxy Note10, Samsung showed off tighter Windows integration for its phone via the 'Link to Windows' feature. There's now a way to enable it on other Samsung devices.