Microsoft rolled out phone sign-in support for Microsoft Authenticator app earlier today, and this means that users can basically log into their accounts without introducing their passwords anymore.
While this is a pretty neat future that everyone with a Microsoft account should use for easier authentication, thereâ€™s one little thing that might anger many Microsoft users: this feature is not available on Windows phones, but only on Android and iOS.
Naturally, a company that owns a mobile platform should support it in the first place, and only then develop compatibility for other operating systems, but in the case of Microsoft, both Android and iOS are considered to be priorities right now, while Windows phone users are more or less left behind.
Android and iOS are the priority
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