Back in July, Microsoft’s Whiteboard app officially launched on Windows 10. At the same time, Microsoft announced the company is bringing the app to iOS and the web, with an Android app set to come later down the road.
Well, the time is here — Whiteboard is now available for your iPhone, as well as the web. The device works on the iPad though, so those with devices like the iPad Pro or an Apple Pen will be able to make the most out of Whiteboard on their iOS device. As for those trying the web app, it’s going to be available as a preview in the next couple of days, and you will then be able to work on whiteboards from your modern web browser whenever you want.
Whiteboard’s expansion to other platforms represents a much wider cross-platform push from Redmond. Almost all of what Microsoft does nowadays is cross-platform, and Whiteboard being the awesome app it is, it’s not an exception, either. Whiteboard, for those who aren’t familiar, is a great way of working on ideas or just playing with your friends on a real-time canvas.