Tech Bytes: Microsoft’s new access app

Tech Bytes: Microsoft making app access easier

In today's Tech Bytes from ABC: Microsoft has a new app to help manage access to its apps easier; Nothing Chats pulled from the Google Play Store; The Last of Us Remastered is coming to PlayStation devices soon.

Microsoft has launched a new app giving access to windows from iPhones, iPads, Mac’s and PC’s The app works by allowing users to run a remote windows PC and stream the output to their Apple devices. For now, the new windows app is only available for business accounts.

A new messaging app has been pulled from the Google Play store just days after its release. Google says the launch of “Nothing Chats” is being delayed due to privacy concerns. Reports say, contrary to its claims, the app does not have end-to-end encryption.

Finally, attention gamers who can’t get enough of The Last of Us. The game’s creators say The Last of Us Part II Remastered is coming to Sony’s PlayStation 5 in January. The game includes lost levels, and new combat encounters against a range of enemies.