Who is in the program Windows Insider must have seen a novelty very cool in the Photos app. How did you discover this blog in Italian, Microsoft will release a feature that lets you transfer photos and videos wirelessly from your Android or iOS to Windows 10.
Similar to AirDrop to macOS and iPhone, the novelty requires that the devices are on the same Wi-Fi. To make the transfer, you need to download an app on Android or iPhone, called Photos Companion.
As shown in the image above, you will also need to scan a code to make the connection. Then, the photos should be selected in the application and sent to the computer. This solution reminds me of AirDroid, which does the same thing and runs on the web.
The The Verge reminds us that today is already possible to do something similar for OneDrive, which sends the mobile photos automatically to the cloud and import them in the Photos app of Windows 10.
In addition to dese feature, the app must earn other developments, such as stickers, special effects, themes, and even tools for video editing, such as inserting text and soundtrack.
Recently, we also saw that Microsoft is preparing the inclusion of tabs in applications Windows 10. In this way, the File Explorer and other programs may have more than one window running without, effectively, open up another window.