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Microsoft rolls out iCloud photo integration


Microsoft is rolling out iCloud Photo integration with the native Photos app on Windows 11, after making the announcement last month.

Users need to update their app through Microsoft Store and install iCloud for Windows, to avail of the feature.

Windows 11 users can enable photo library sync, and access all photos and videos stored in iCloud through the local Windows Photos app, The Verge reported.

According to the principal product manager lead of Microsoft’s Windows inbox apps, Dave Grochocki, “This iCloud Photos integration will make it easier for those with an iPhone to have direct access to all their cherished memories in one organized place and is another step in our continued efforts to make experiences on Windows 11 seamless.”

This marks an important milestone for users who own Apple devices and Windows PCs, as both companies are working together to include more integrations for users. Just recently, Windows and Apple have confirmed the release of Apple Music and Apple TV apps integration with Windows 11. Previously users had to use a web browser to access Apple TV or Apple Music.

Microsoft Corporation is an American multinational technology corporation producing computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers, and related services headquartered at the Microsoft Redmond campus located in Redmond, Washington, United States.

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