Microsoft to bring its Windows 10 note-taking app to Android and iOS this year

Microsoft to bring its Windows 10 note-taking app to Android and iOS this year
Microsoft has a nifty note-taking app for Windows 10 users, Sticky Notes, but that won't remain a desktop affair for too long, as the Redmond-based company plans to bring it to mobile devices.

Apparently, Microsoft will launch a major 3.0 update for Sticky Note on Windows 10 very soon, which will include a dark mode, improved performance and accessibility, as well as a new formatting bar.

However, along with the major update to the Windows 10 app, or soon afterward, Microsoft will launch Sticky Notes for Android and iOS. The app will allow smartphone users to sync their notes from their Windows 10 PC to the cloud and access them while on the go.

Even if Microsoft will not make Sticky Notes available to everyone on Android and iOS, it's almost certain that the company will start testing them internally by the end of the year.

It remains to be seen if Sticky Notes will be launched on both platforms at the same time, although there's a high chance that it's not going to be delayed for too long if only one will be chosen for the app's initial release.

source: Thurrott



2. Avieshek unregistered

It would be actually more practically cool, if Windows rather comes in Samsung's Dex mode. There's 512GB of storage.

1. ahmadkun

Posts: 711; Member since: May 02, 2016

Too late .. i think google keep already took over, but what i can see clearly is how Microsoft preparing for thier Android phone which will work easier with windows 10 .

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