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Microsoft Shows How Dual-Screen Apps Should Look

WebProNews Friday, 24 January 2020
Microsoft unveiled two dual-screen devices in October: the Windows-powered Surface Neo and the Android-powered Surface Duo. Although the devices won’t be available until “Holiday 2020,” the company has released SDKs and guidelines on how apps for the two devices should look and function. Microsoft made the announcement in a company blog post: “We are happy…

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