Microsoft has released a new Photos Companion app for Windows 10 that allows users to easily import photos from iPhones and iPads. Using the app, Windows 10 and iPhone owners would be easily able to send photos to their PC over a Wi-Fi network by scanning a QR code.
Back in May of this year, it was announced that Apple would be launching iTunes in the Windows Store before the end of 2017.
Microsoft’s Xbox app for iOS is a quick and easy way to check up on your friend’s list, the community feed, and even buy things from the Microsoft Store.
A month after initially making a beta version of Edge browser available for iOS, Microsoft has released the stable version of the browser on the App Store.
Microsoft is currently developing an app that will make it easier for Windows 10 users to easily transfer photos from their iPhone and iPad to their PC. Microsoft had briefly made the app available to the Windows Insider ‘Fast Channel’. The Redmond-company should make the app available to all Windows 10 beta testers soon before releasing it for all users.
Microsoft today unveiled the Surface Book 2 with some major internal changes and the addition of a new 15-inch option. With upgraded and more powerful internals and a new 15-inch option, Microsoft is hoping that some of the dissatisfied MacBook Pro owners will jump ship to Windows with its Surface Book 2.
Microsoft is redesigning Outlook for Mac and Windows with the company demoing a teaser of the new design during its Ignite Conference last month. The new redesign is aimed at making the user interface of the app simpler to use.
Back in February of this year, Microsoft officially announced that it would be ending “mainstream support” for Office For Mac 2011.
At one point of time, Microsoft wanted Windows Phone to be the third ecosystem after iOS and Android. After what can possibly be described as a half-hearted attempt, the company today confirmed that Windows Phone is essentially dead. Microsoft has no plans of updating Windows Phone with new features or releasing new devices running the OS.
Microsoft today announced that it is bringing Microsoft Edge, its own web browser found on Windows devices, to iOS and Android. Microsoft says that Windows users have long requested their “browser experience to move” to their phones which is why it is bringing Edge to iOS and Android.