Windows ‘Gestures’ Lets You Control Phone Functions With Natural Movements

Windows ‘Gestures’ Lets You Control Phone Functions With Natural Movements

Microsoft releases intuitive app to encourage a more hands-free lifestyle, answer your calls using gesture-controlled technology

Simone Spilka
  • 9 january 2015

Our devices have seen enhanced interactive keyboards, voice commands and predictive text features that make communication even more seamless. While Siri reacts to audio, Microsoft’s beta version of Gestures allows owners of Windows Phone to control their calls without having to physically touch the display of their screens.

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