Galaxy Users Will Soon Be Able To Stream Audio From Phones To Windows 11 PC

Samsung usually collaborates with its equivalent companies, such as Google and Microsoft. Samsung, in pair with both (Google/Microsoft), brought various new features to its Galaxy devices to make their use easy and reliable. Currently, the South Korean company is teaming up with the Windows developer “Microsoft” to bring new cool and amazing features to PCs running on Windows11 OS that will support the Galaxy smartphones also.

Microsoft now lets Galaxy smartphone users stream music into their Windows11 PC or Laptops directly from the Phone. This feature will soon be available on Windows11’s Phone link app. Select users may be started spotting this music streaming feature on the updated version of this app. Unfortunately, we didn’t get to know that the feature works with Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. With its help, users can stream music on the PC wirelessly; that kind of works like AirPlay and Spotify Connect.

Another feature is that Microsoft now provides the ability to continue browsing webpages of their Galaxy smartphones to their Windows devices. This feature also will be experienced through the same Microsoft Phone Link app. To use this feature, first, go to the app’s Continue Browser History option, and a web browsing history of Samsung Internet will appear on the screen. It will make it easy for the user to jump to the PC from the Phone and continue browsing where they have left off.

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