A new Windows app is now available for iOS, revealing Microsoft’s ambitious plans to expand its reach to other platforms and devices.
arrive edge, this app acts as a “central hub” to stream multiple Microsoft accounts to your iDevice (including Windows 365). However, the app is currently in preview and you’ll need to download TestFlight to try it out.
How to access new Windows apps on iPhone
Curious about new Windows apps? You can test it by following these instructions:
download Test flight app in the Apple App Store.
Install Windows Apps Mobile.
Finally, after launching the app, you can click on “Account.”
Enter your Microsoft credentials and enjoy a copy of Windows on your iPhone.
Sign in to your Microsoft account through Windows applications.
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The problem is, as of this writing, you can only access the following services on the new Windows app:
Azure Virtual Desktop
Microsoft Development Box
Remote Desktop Services
You can also stream a copy of Windows from a remote PC, but in short, the new Windows app doesn’t support consumer accounts. However, there are signs that may soon change. pointed out that there is a sign-in prompt within the Windows application that allows you to use a personal Microsoft account, but it is currently unavailable.
In addition to iPhone, Windows App Preview is available on iPadOS, macOS, and web browsers.