Microsoft to bring its own Handoff feature to Windows 10

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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A few months ago, Microsoft added a new option to Windows 10 which would allow users to continue their app experiences from other devices that run on Windows 10. Unfortunately, this feature didn’t do much until today. According to some reports, things are about to change .

It seems the latest internal builds of the Windows 10 Mobile contains the same “Continue App Experiences” option found in the Settings App, something that points to it being soon implemented on handsets that run on Windows 10 Mobile. This feature will allow you to continue work started on your computer on your mobile device. This is similar to Apple’s Handoff, which is already available for iOS and OS X.

Unfortunately, it’s not clear yet how Microsoft will implement this feature to Windows 10. However, once this new feature is added, we’re pretty sure that app developers will start integrating it into their Universal Windows Apps for Windows 10.

What are your thoughts about the “Continue App Experiences” option to be brought to devices that run Windows 10?

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