Windows 10 Notes App Reach Android to Compete with Google Keep

Windows 10 Notes App Reach Android to Compete with Google Keep

Last week, with the arrival of the big October update, Microsoft made available to everyone the "Your Phone" application, which aims to mirror your Android smartphone to view photos and send SMS by mobile, which application you may be checking here .

Now Microsoft is preparing something new than launching Sticky Notes (the Windows 10 sticky note program) for Android and iOS. Thus, the user will be able to synchronize notes on both platforms, something similar to what we have in Google Keep. That is, it will be possible to write a note using Sticky Notes on Windows and when you open the app on Android, the note will already be there.

No release date for the Sticky Notes app for Android and iOS devices has been released, however, according to developer Reza Jooyandeh, more news is coming soon.

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<p>From this we can see that the Redmond giant is increasingly committed to bringing more integration between Windows and mobile devices. Particularly I find this initiative very cool on the part of Microsoft, and that more and more we can see new applications and products being integrated across platforms.</p>
<p><strong>And you, what do you think about this integration between Windows 10 and Android?</strong></p><div class='code-block code-block-4' style='margin: 8px auto; text-align: center; display: block; clear: both;'>
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