Windows 10 Your Phone app has gained huge popularity among smartphone users within a short span of time. Microsoft is continuously adding new features in Your Phone app. The addition of new features improved the overall user experience, making their smartphone directly accessible from their desktop.

Dual-SIM support has been a popular demand by Windows 10 users for a while. Many of them used the Feedback Hub to post their request. One of them posted a screenshot of the Feedback Hub in a Reddit thread and suggested that Microsoft should Add an option to select which SIM to use to SEND the text message.

It seems like Microsoft has finally listened to the user’s request. Microsoft’s Partner Director Vishnu Nath announced that Microsoft has finally started to roll out dual-SIM support for everyone. The feature was previously limited to Windows Insiders.

Most importantly, Android users can take advantage of the dual SIM support to receive and send text messages from both the SIMs in their phones.

Apart from the dual-SIM support, some regular users have also received inline reply in the notifications feed, battery indicator, and Syncing wallpaper capabilities.

You Can Now Respond To Android Phone Notifications

It looks like Windows 10 Your Phone app has a lot more to offer. Another experimental feature has added the ability to respond to app notifications directly from your desktop. These notifications can be from different mobile applications including messages, Facebook, Twitter, etc. A specified panel will display all of your Android app notifications.

Once the feature is available for all users, you can use the notification toasts or Your Phone app in order to respond to the notifications. Microsoft’s Senior Program Manager Aarthi Hatter announced on social media.

Your Phone app now lets you respond to your notifications from the Notifications page in the app as well as from toasts! Check it out and let us know what you think.

Your Phone app already allows Android users to synchronise their recent photos, text messages, and more. The app eliminates the need to pick up from time to time.

What do you think about the latest additions in the Your Phone app? Do you want Microsoft to add more features? Let us know in the comments down below.