Anonymous, 13 Sep 2016if you didn't like it you don't need to use it. u can disable it from the setting...."but i'm the kinda guy that disables camera and call option fomr the lock screen"
that's why i said it, i actually don't use it but i can comment about it u know? i also said that i know some ppl wouldn't mind about the changes which is fine too some other can even profit from it but in MY opinion there's no need to add things to the settings of locked screen
have a nice day ^_^
AnonD-551566, 02 Sep 2016i agree with both comments below on the matter... what's the point on adding features to the l... moreif you didn't like it you don't need to use it. u can disable it from the setting....
Knowing typical microsoft lack of forethought,..
Make it an 'incognito' session!
Whilst the term 'incognito' might be web browser specific; the idea of protecting the general phone user from 'random word searches' and 'pranks by work mates'... is necessary.
I used to let friends share my wireless internet at home... until MY google search results (and more so, 'targeted advertising') were affected by THEIR web searches.
This is just a disaster waiting to happen, like using 'hey siri' to set a workmates alarm for 2am...
i agree with both comments below on the matter... what's the point on adding features to the lock screen when it's supposed to be locked (there shouldn't be any accidental press buttons) the search engine is good and all but i can't work around the idea, i know some ppl don't mind about it, but i'm the kinda guy that disables camera and call option fomr the lock screen
Ventsi, 02 Sep 2016Stop saying that the Windows Phone is dying. It has around 3% global market share which means ... moreIt's actually 0.7 but that's because they didn't make enough phones new phones. That should change after the Surface Phone though.
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2016it is not dying..gaining very very slowlySee, somebody understands. They are making a profit out of it.
Microsoft should focus on reviving the already dead "windows mobile" before making apps for Android
Stop saying that the Windows Phone is dying. It has around 3% global market share which means millions of users around the globe.
And by the way this Article is about the Microsoft's Lock Screen app in ANDROID.
Meanwhile basic weather app in Windows phone has text flowing out of lock-screen since eternity
To who ever thinks that W10M is dying, go look on their reddit page. This OS is still very much alive and supported. Go look into it before you posted cringy nonsense here.
What's the point of the lockscreen then, if I can search and call a cab *accidentally* from the pocket?
Nix, 02 Sep 2016Only if Microsoft would channel these efforts towards their own dying mobile platform. Or atle... moreI don't know who else will buy windows phone, or any developer will support the win 10 mobile platform, if Microsoft itself provides more active support and development to other platform.
May as well they just close their win 10 mobile division.