Your Windows 10 phone will be able to open multiple apps at once on your PC

One of the best applications available in Spain to integrate the experience of our mobile and PC is Your Phone. The Microsoft application is becoming more complete, and in recent months it got the possibility to open the applications of our mobile directly on the computer, a feature that works really well.

This feature had a limitation, that is, and it only allowed us to have one application open at a time. While conceptually it's not usually a problem for us to use apps one at a time, so we wanted Microsoft to step forward getting a better multitasking experience. And it looks like it's close.

Your Microsoft Phone will be able to open multiple Android apps at once

Microsoft continues to improve the Application of Your Phone, which on some mobiles allows us to run applications from our Android device directly on the computer, as long as we use them one at a time.

Windows Insider users, those who can try out what's new in Microsoft before anyone else, is getting a new feature on computers. From now on, Your Phone will be able to run several applications simultaneously. Being a feature for Insiders means you're in the testing phase, but you're sure to end up reaching everyone with a compatible mobile in a matter of weeks.

Currently, the list of devices that support the new feature is the Surface Duo and the following Samsung mobiles:

  • Galaxy S:
  1. S9, S9+
  2. S10, S10+, S10e and S10 Lite
  3. S20, S20+, S20 Ultra.
  • Galaxy Note:
  1. Note 9.
  2. Note 10, 10+ and 10 Lite.
  3. Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra.
  4. Galaxy Xcover Pro.
  • Galaxy Fold and Z:
  1. Galaxy Fold and Z Fold 2.
  2. Galaxy Z Flip and Z Flip 5G.
  • Galaxy A:
  1. A8S.
  2. A30S, A31.
  3. A40, A41.
  4. A50, A50s, A51, A51 5G.
  5. A60.
  6. A70, A70s, A71, A71 5G.
  7. A80.
  8. A90s, A90 5G.

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