Given how many other Microsoft apps have made their way onto Android and iOS, many users had been speculating that it was only a matter of time before the Windows 10 Sticky Notes app made the jump.
That speculation came to an end today when Microsoft’s Reza Jooyandeh confirmed on his Twitter account that not only would Sticky Notes be coming to iOS and Android devices but it would also show up in Microsoft’s Outlook and OneNote. Testing for Sticky Note integration with Outlook began this week for some Windows Insiders.
Sticky Notes has a big heart ?! Apart from @Windows10, you will soon find your @StickyNotes on #OneNote, #Outlook, #Android and #iOS. Stay tuned for more details and happy note-taking, everyone! ?? pic.twitter.com/UbETG8qubV
— Reza Jooyandeh ? (@RezaJooyandeh) October 8, 2018
No ETA for the Sticky Notes Android and iOS apps were given, nor was a timeline revealed for the OneNote integration beyond the ambiguous “soon.”
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