Microsoft's People Sense App Allows Windows 10 Users To Track Friends

Posted: Feb 23 2015, 7:32am CST | by , Updated: Feb 23 2015, 7:35am CST , in Technology News


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Microsoft's People Sense App allows Windows 10 Users to Track Friends
Credit: Microsoft Place
  • Microsoft Is Working On A New Application 'People Sense' To Share Location In Real Time

This new People Sense application, code-named Buddy Aware, will help Windows 10 for Phone users to share their location their friends in real time.

People Sense is a new application which is being developed by Microsoft. Still in its development stages, People Sense has been codenamed Buddy Aware. The users will be able to share their location with their friends in real time. You will have to save contacts in your agenda.

Once you share your location, all of your contacts in your agenda will receive a notification about your location. You will also have shortcuts messaging in this application. Third party applications have also been integrated in the Microsoft People Sense.

You can use this app to communicate with your friends or navigate them using People Sense. Along with sharing your location and messaging, you can also call your contacts.

People Sense is also integrated with navigation apps which help you with step by step drawing paths to your friends. You can also choose your favorite places like your home or a local restaurant. Some new features are still to be added to this application.

Microsoft Place received the latest information on the project last week and people will have to wait a little while to get it from the Microsoft store. You can see People Sense’s beta version in action in the video given below.

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