Microsoft’s secretive in development to-do app, codenamed Project Cheshire, has been moved into private beta according to a new report. The app appears to be significantly more refined than when images of it were first leak and the report also re-confirms rumors of the app being built in the Universal Windows Platform app format (which is to be expected for a Microsoft app) and that iOS and Android versions are being designed simultaneously. Here are some of the screencaps from the leak.
Project Cheshire (working title) is a fairly barebones to-do app but is also the sort of app that Microsoft doesn’t yet have on Windows 10, made by themselves anyway. OneNote does provide similar functionality, as do the new Sticky Notes Windows 10 app, but neither is as streamlined as this new upcoming app. Project Cheshire is currently available in the Windows Store, but as the phrase ‘private beta’ suggests, access is limited.
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