Samsung users can already send and receive messages from the Windows 10 PC using Microsoft’s Your Phone app if the system is supported, but as it turns out, the South Korean company might be working on a different way to make the whole thing much easier.
It’s a brand new Samsung Messaging app that has recently appeared within the Microsoft Store, with the description suggesting that users of Samsung PCs running Windows 10 could be allowed to send and receive texts from their desktops.
“Samsung Messaging can send and receive SMS texts. The Microsoft People app can send SMS text messages for your contact’s telephone number. It’s for devices capable of using mobile data (5G and 4G LTE). Only a few Samsung models can run apps,” the outline from the app reads.
The applying lists the next models as currently supported:
Galaxy TabPro S
Galaxy Book 10.6 LTE
Galaxy Book 12 LTE
Not one other information has been provided, and worth emphasizing may be the app can’t be downloaded right now, even when you’re utilizing a compatible device. For now, Samsung has remained tight-lipped on the ETA.
In the meantime, Microsoft is working non-stop on improving the knowledge about the Your Phone app, and Samsung flagships provide the most effective experience.
For example, the Your Phone app also allows screen mirroring, access to the photo gallery, and even running mobile apps around the desktop, with Microsoft attempting to make the knowledge feel as native as possible. Users can run these apps in their own individual dedicated windows as well as pin their icons to the taskbar to launch them easier and faster at a later time.
We’ve reached to Samsung for more information on this mysterious app and will circle back when and if we obtain a solution.