Pushbullet does this already, but it's nice to see it baked into the OS. The quick reply feature will be useful for me since Pushbullet recently put a restriction on free users on the amount of messages you can send from your PC every month and removed the ability to take actions on your mirrored phone notifications. Hopefully this replaces Pushbullet soon, one less sellout app to use.
mir, 02 Jun 2016You're pretty slow on the uptake for just realising now that MS does not care as much for thei... moreWell, the whole point and the direction they're going is not to have "platforms" but "a platform". So it won't be mobile or static or wearable. You just use the platform regardless to your device. So your mobile device is just a computer with phone functionality. This is what latest Lumias essentially are. One instant you're mobile, and then you hook your phone to a bigger screen/TV, keyboard, mouse, and you have a workstation. (Yes, I'm talking from experience. I use Lumia 950XL). So people's claim that Windows 10 Mobile is dead is kinda pointless.
AnonD-398208, 02 Jun 2016It's time microsoft start to utilize their position in the pc market. Seamless integration be... moreYou're pretty slow on the uptake for just realising now that MS does not care as much for their mobile platform. Instead they're developing their app versions for iOS and android even better now.
It's time microsoft start to utilize their position in the pc market. Seamless integration between mobile and pc should've already been implemented by now. There are third-party apps that does this. I think MS is simply not emphasising on promoting their mobile platform. While Google is working sweat to push ChromeOS.