Microsoft checks cloud-based mostly clipboard app that syncs throughout platforms
This turned out to be fairly the week for unannounced Microsoft apps. Information of a “lightweight” e mail answer broke cowl a couple of days in the past, and at the moment one other pair of productiveness apps have been tipped. Because of @h0x0d on Twitter — the supply of the Circulate e mail information — we now know Microsoft is testing a cloud-based mostly (because of OneDrive) clipboard device that syncs throughout units and platforms. The app is known as OneClip, and although it is reportedly in inner beta. Whereas it is out there for obtain within the Home windows Retailer, it’s going to solely work for workers with the right accounts. This implies that you could copy a telephone quantity on the desktop and have it instantly out there in your Home windows, iOS or Android telephone.
One other productiveness app for contacts, Revolve, was tipped by @hoxod as nicely. This providing retains tabs in your contacts and calendar to serve up information on the individuals you are going to meet. You realize, issues like if they like bourbon or scotch. As we have already talked about, OneClip and Revolve floor on the heels of Move and apps for doc collaboration (Flip) and activity administration (Highlander) — all inside the span of every week. There is no phrase on when the suite will arrive, however one factor’s for positive: Microsoft needs that will help you be extra productive on a number of fronts.
Microsoft OneClip, the cross-gadget cloud clipboard for Home windows/WindowsPhone/Android/iOS pic.twitter.com/HdlY8iZ6y6
— WalkingCat (@h0x0d) Might 22, 2015