Connect your Android or iPhone to Windows 11 – Intel has launched a tool that allows us to link our mobile phone to a computer with Windows 11. The app is called Intel Unison and it promises to be a revolution… if it reaches the whole world during these first months of the year.
At the beginning of September, Intel announced its new application called Intel Unison. This tool is based on the technology that was obtained from the purchase of the company Screenovate, which had been working for years on an app that could link the mobile and the PC naturally.
The software is similar to Microsoft’s Phone Link (also known as Your Phone) in that it allows you to connect your smartphone to your Windows 11 PC to receive notifications, text messages, phone calls, and much more.
The big difference with Intel Unison , though, is that it also works on Apple’s iOS , something Phone Link doesn’t. In fact, all the same features work as on Android , including photos, file transfer, sending and receiving messages, and notifications.
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Intel noted at the time that Unison would be released first on select Intel 12th Gen Evo systems from Acer, HP, and Lenovo ” this holiday ,” but we haven’t heard from Intel or any PC maker since its release.
It is now available in the Microsoft Store
Despite not having much information from Intel, the app appeared in the Microsoft Store on November 22. As they explain on Windows Central , users must also install the corresponding apps from Google Play and the Apple App Store, and pairing is done via a simple QR code .
Perhaps most interestingly, the app works on any Windows 11 PC according to analysts, despite Intel’s claim that it only works ” on eligible Intel Evo designs .” If the tool really stuck to what Intel claims, it wouldn’t be of much use. Luckily it is not so.