Leaked Microsoft productivity apps: OneClip, Revolve

Twitter user @h0x0d (Walking Cat) has done it again. @h0x0d has discovered that the software giant is developing a new cross-platform clipboard 'OneClip'.

Arti Singh May 25, 2015 14:49:50 IST
Leaked Microsoft productivity apps: OneClip, Revolve

After revealing Microsoft's new chat-email app 'Flow' earlier this week, Twitter user @h0x0d (Walking Cat) has done it again. @h0x0d has discovered that the software giant is developing a new cross-platform clipboard 'OneClip' – powered by OneDrive.

He further leaked that the 'internal' beta app OneClip – which is meant to allow users to "copy once, paste anywhere" – is in testing mode for Windows, Windows Phone, Android, and iOS.

Leaked Microsoft productivity apps OneClip Revolve

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Moreover, in the Windows Phone Store, OneClip (Windows Phone 8/8.1 version) has already garnered dozen of reviews.

Walking Cat also revealed another new beta app in the Windows Phone Store – 'Revolve'. The app "prepares you for every conversation in every meeting. It works in the background to find and display relevant insights about the people you’re going to meet."

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