Microsoft has been working on bringing Syncing app data between PC and Mobile with its Continue App Experiences option. Right now the company has given developers the option to open an App on one devices and use the same app on another device from were they left off by using the Continue App Experience option.

The company is currently working on more new features which will be part of Redstone 2 to be released officially in April 2017. We have currently got reports that the company is working on features similar to Apple’s Handoff feature with which you can use the app both on iPhone and Mac.

Microsoft has already launched the option similar to Handoff features in Redstone 1 but which is still buggy since its still a Work In Progress.With Redstone 2 the company plans to bring contextual UI which will help in bringing a pop up notification informing the user that they can sync an app from another device and continue were they let off.

This feature will be working with the help of Cortana which will pop up a notification whenever there’s an app available to sync state.THis feature the company is planning to bring with the rollout of Redstone 2.

This feature the company is planning to build into Cortana as its a Universal Entity throughout the Windows Ecosystem.This new feature is referred to as “Pickup where I left off” or “Flow” meaning the syncing between and device running Windows 10, be it a PC, Mobile,Tablet, Laptop etc.

The company plans to bring more features to Windows 10 with Redstone 2 apart from the ” Flow” feature, Office Integration etc.

So do let us know if you are excited to try out the new features which the company is planning to release with Redstone 2 to the public. However the features can be first tried out by the Insiders on Fast Ring.

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