Continue on PC

Continue on PC

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By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2017-07-24
  • Current Version: 1.9.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 63.43 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 273 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Continue on PC App Ratings: 3.5
Based on 273 App Reviews

Continue on PC App Details

Start on your phone, continue on your PC. With the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, you can continue browsing websites from your phone directly on your Windows PC. You can even choose to "Continue now" if you're in front of your PC or "Continue later" if you're on the go! Make sure you’re set up. If you haven’t already, link your phone and PC with the latest version of Windows 10. To finish linking your phone and PC, make sure that you: 1) Have the latest Windows 10 Fall Creators Update build installed on your PC 2) Link your phone from your PC. On your PC, select Start > Settings > Phone, then select Add a phone to get started.


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App Reviews

  • This is great and all...but...

    By Jayare23
    ...the real functionality needed is the reverse; so I can pick up a browsing session (including tabs!) I have had to leave on my desktop or laptop on my iPhone. Thanks!
  • Love the idea of it

    By CocoKW1
    Well it works when you first do it but seems like the computer forgets that I link the phone because I half to do it all over again and this is computer is only 6 months old , also I seen on my Microsoft account that the iPhone X isn’t even listed under devices anymore and either it was when I first set it up don’t know why it won’t stick
  • It just doesn’t work.

    By rhymeswithsilver
    If I don’t get an error outright when trying to use it, it just sits on “Finding your devices” endlessly. There are no settings in the app itself, so all you can do is guess.
  • Works well but flaws.

    By Ki11er0921
    It works really well, but it has a major flaw. You can use it in chrome, safari, or edge. When you try to send the web sight to your computer, it only opens in edge. I don’t use edge. I use chrome. If I open a web sight on my phone with chrome. I want it to open on my computer with chrome not edge. It’s a great idea and it works seamless, but Microsoft needs to give the user the ability to open the web sight with chrome on their computer.
  • Works as advertised but who cares

    By MSfromSanDiego
    I was hoping that this would enable me to transfer photos from my phone to my PC like Mac OS’ Airdrop product does. But it only sends URLs from my phone to Microsoft ‘s Edge browser, nice start but of no use to me
  • pc only?

    By Siphodeus
    This app is useful. However, it seems to only work in one direction. I would like to be able to share from pc to phone (if not already possible. If so, I'll update my review.)
  • Does not see a linked computer

    By XajniN
    It used to work. Sharing from Edge still works (the top left button).
  • useless without in-app log in

    By Trogdor0
    There isn't a login option either within the app itself or under iOS settings, and since you can't send anything without logging in with your MS account credentials, the app is useless.
  • To pc

    By Dnickfive
    Doesn’t do a thing Takes up space is useless
  • After 1803 nothing with iOS seems to work

    By Mommy's touch
    After my surface upded to windows 1803 nothing seems to want to communicate with my iPhone, including this app. Also dynamic lock has stopped working. As Microsoft no longer has a mobile device I may have to say hello to a Mac so I can have a shared experience between my devices.