If you use the Cortana app on your Android device, you can now sign in with your Microsoft Account you use on Windows 10 to enable missed call, incoming message, low battery, and app notifications sync. In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to choose which individual Android apps can sync notifications to your Windows 10 device, as well as enabling low battery and incoming message notifications using the Cortana app.

How to enable specific Android apps notifications to sync with Windows 10

Remember that you probably have many of the equivalent Android apps already installed in your Windows 10 device, such as Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft Health, Netflix, and more. As such, it could be redundant to enable these apps to sync their notifications.

Android notifications should sync almost instantaneously, but if you don’t see any of the notifications, it’s probably because you’re not running the pre-release version of Windows 10. If this is the case, the functionality will be available to you when Microsoft releases the Windows 10 Anniversary Update later this summer. What do you think about Android notifications on your Windows 10 PC? Let us know in the comments below. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.