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Windows 10 Your Phone app update brings MMS support

21 May 2019 1

Your Phone app on Windows 10 platform is updated with MMS message which means that the users would now be able to send and receive text messages. Likewise, the app brings a new icon which is quite similar to the icons found on Microsoft Office.


A lead program manager at Microsoft shared in a tweet regarding this,

#WindowsInsiders with #Android phones guess what? With v1.19051.545 we started rolling out MMS support. You now can send and receive messages containing images and GIFs from #YourPhone app! (Just in time for those GOT memes) Note: Requires OS 18362.113+(19H1) Or 18885+ (20H1).”

This update is a quite handy one in addition to the recently introduced where the users don’t require to connect their phones to be connected to their PCs via Wi-Fi and instead could do that through mobile data. Microsoft is working on to improve the Your Phone app on Windows 10 like the ability to pick up phones calls over cellular data via Your Phone app and more. With this latest update, users would be able to see and send MMS through their Your Phone app as the support for GIFs and messages with images is finally here.

Have you registered your phone with Your Phone App on your Windows 10 PC? If so, do you find it helpful? Share your views in the comment section below.


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Windows 10 Your Phone app update brings MMS support
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Jesson
Jesson

Being stuck with Windows 8.1 yet, it's obvious can't use this particular app. But as I'm closing in on my new future laptop, it's certainly going to be Windows 10, with Edge and this updated Your Phone app :)

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