Intel has presented a new tool that is extremely useful for anyone who has an iPhone or Android and a computer running Windows 11. I’m talking about Unison, an app that allows remote control of your smartphone.
This application is, as you might imagine, a direct rival to Microsoft’s Phone Link. The premise of both is the same, although Intel gains the advantage by being easier to use and also supporting iOS.
Unison is the app that lets you control your smartphone from a Windows 11 PC
Tired of always putting your computer down when you get a call or message on your smartphone? An excellent solution to this nuisance is Intel’s new application, Unison.
Through Unison, Windows 11 users will be able to make calls, reply/send messages and check notifications from their Android smartphone or iPhone directly on their PC. Furthermore, it will be easy to transfer any file between these devices.
For those who have already tried the Phone Link application, these features will not be strange. The advantage of Unison is that it promises to be simpler and more intuitive to make this bridge between the computer and the smartphone.
What you need to use Unison
Unfortunately, Unison still suffers from some limitations that may prevent some users from using it. According to Intel, it will only work on Evo laptops, but you can check the list of all compatible models here.
Despite this being the official information, several sources indicate that it is possible to install Unison on computers with other processors. That is, the best thing is to try to see if you can install this application, available through the Microsoft Store, on your PC with Windows 11.
If you manage to do so, you will also have to install the Unison application on your smartphone, available in the respective application stores. From there, you must accept all the requested permissions and make the connection between the two platforms using the QR code displayed on your computer screen.
Once these steps have been completed, a bridge is established between your Windows laptop and your smartphone. I believe it will be a very useful tool for all users.
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