Microsoft has rolled out a new update for the Your Phone app. Using Your Phone app, you will now be able to see and control what songs are playing on your phones directly from a Windows 10 PC.
Microsoft developer has started testing the update in preview versions of Windows 10. It will be available for everyone in the coming weeks. Audio tracks playing on a phone will be synced to the Your Phone PC app. You can also interact with your most recent 2000 photos from your Android smartphone’s camera roll on your PC, instead of only 25 photos.
Track information, album art, and the name of the service that’s playing audio will be displayed and synced. Moreover, controls include the usual play, pause, previous/next. There is also a drop-down in the player to switch between different sources and music apps on a phone.
Music player apps that will be supported are Spotify, Pandora, Amazon Music, Google Play Music, YouTube Music, Xiaomi Music, and Google Podcast. The big exceptions are YouTube videos and Audible, which are both currently unsupported. Supported apps will need to include media controls in their Android notifications.