Microsoft Surface Phone Will Probably Have More Built-In Mobile Apps as Company Finds More Ways
Many years ago, the tech company Microsoft had lost the community’s confidence and support. This made the company to decide and pursue the new platforms. So far, no apps were developed for these platforms like the Windows Phone and the Windows 10 Store because these kept failing for there are not enough apps to support them.
According to MSPoweruser, the company seems to be venturing out to the new Andromeda OS. This is a new version of Windows 10 that is designed to bring the operating system to a new category of mobile devices. This is totally different from other versions of the Windows 10 available on the market now. CShell or Composable Shell powers this new version and is meant for mobile dual-screened multitasking.
The Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) just recently arrived with a built-in broad cross-platform support. Many people hoped that the issue will be from the past. Unfortunately, some indication that the new apps will still not solve the existing issue.
Then, the tech enthusiast Zac Bowden from the Windows Central calmed the die-hard fans in his recent article. He emphasized that the company is exploring other solutions for the app situation. The company is also pursuing the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps. These apps are already built with small screen layouts but its progress is still slow. The so-called red line apps like WhatsApp, Slack, and Spotify are the possible contenders for this.
The mobile devices are expected to be pen-based. This app situation also suggests and looks like the company will build its own Andromeda-based device as well. This is likely the long-rumored foldable Surface Phone. Even if this phone uses touch input, it also comes with pen support when taking notes and inking experiences. This foldable phone is already expected to showcase the best of Windows 10 just like the company’s premium line of devices.
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