Microsoft is making a Windows app for iPhones, and it’s designed to let you record videos on your phone and share them with friends, reports TechRadars.
Microsoft says that’s because it wants to provide a unified experience for people who don’t have a Windows Phone or Android phone, and to provide an easy way to capture video.
The app also includes a few features that can make it more attractive to users who don and don’t use smartphones.
You can also record video while the phone is in your pocket, which is useful if you’re traveling or don’t want to get on a plane.
It also has a few other neat features like a “lock screen” where you can lock your phone with a fingerprint, and a feature where you get a lock screen on your device if you lock it too much.
It’s also a bit more accessible than the Windows 8 app, as the app is in a single menu and only requires you to swipe through a few sections.
The new Windows 10 app is available for download on the App Store and the Windows Store, and will be free for a limited time.
You’ll have to pay for it to get it, but it will also come pre-installed with the Windows 10 Insider Preview for iPhones and Windows 10 Pro.
Microsoft said it has tested the app on a number of phones including the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, and found that it works great.
The company is also working with Nokia to develop an app for Nokia phones, though Nokia hasn’t announced any plans yet.
We’ll update this article with any new details we hear.
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