Microsoft revealed today that it is combining the Photos app in Windows 11 with Apple’s iCloud storage service during an event devoted to the Surface.
iPhone owners with Windows devices can view their iPhone photographs and videos within Photos after downloading the iCloud for Windows programme from the Microsoft Store and selecting sync iCloud.
The most recent version of the iCloud for Windows software, which facilitates the integration, is now available to Windows users who are a part of Microsoft’s Windows Insiders programme.
According to Microsoft, who was quoted by CNET, “Windows consumers with Android phones have experienced that promise for the previous few years with connectivity across messaging, calling, and photographs directly to their Windows PC, bringing the two most essential devices in their lives closer together.”
In related news, Apple revealed that additional Microsoft platforms will get first-party streaming services like Apple Music and Apple TV. Beginning today, Apple Music will be available on Xbox platforms, and sometime in 2019, it will also be available on Windows with the Apple TV app.
Following the introduction of Apple TV on Xbox gaming consoles almost two years ago, there are now tie-ins for Apple services on Windows and Xbox. Although it has taken a while, households with a mix of Windows and iOS will undoubtedly value the tighter connection.
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