Microsoft has been trying at all times to offer the best possible alternatives to those users who, for obvious reasons, no longer have a Windows 10 smartphone to switch to Android or iOS.
As a result, along with all Office applications available for these two platforms, as well as Microsoft Edge itself, a new application that combines the various operating systems has become available today.
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Photos Companion is the app which will allow Android and iOS users to upload one or more photos to their Windows 10 laptop or computer. No, it won't be as difficult as many might think. It is, by the way, quite simple.
Android and iOS are a focus of Microsoft!
Although it doesn't do much good – at the outset – for those who already have a OneDrive account, therefore, the photos captured with their smartphones are directly on the app Photo Editor, the rest can make use of it through a simple QR code.
In fact, once installed on the smartphone, it will generate this code that, later, will only have to be read by the laptop or desktop in question. Easy and fast, no doubt.
Finally, both apps can be downloaded here and here for Android and iOS respectively. Just remember that once used does not mean that the connection is automatic, so it may have to be done again later.
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