A new Microsoft Garage project called Clip Layer promises to make it easier for Android users to "snip and share" almost anything that appears on their screen.
Recent Microsoft Garage Stories
Over two years, Microsoft's Garage program has evolved from a place for mobile experimentation into a breathing example of Microsoft's future on mobile.
We got our hands on a snapshot of Cache -- another Microsoft Garage app -- that helps you organize your stuff, like text snippets, images, web pages, files, reference material, and other notes.
Microsoft's innovative Arrow Launcher replaces the stock Android home screen with a more useful interface that focuses on what's important to you. In a new update this week, it's gotten even better, with performance improvements, IM support, and Bing search integration.
Microsoft has a new app ready for release from its Garage incubator that is an Internet clipboard for everything but it will initially only support Windows 10 and iOS.
I've recommended Microsoft's Arrow Launcher for Android since the first version launched last October, but there's always been one little gotcha. Well, not anymore: Now, Microsoft is allowing users to fully customize the home screen.
This week, Microsoft issued a major upgrade to its Arrow Launcher for Android, offering integration with the commercial versions of Office 365 and improved performance.
Microsoft Garage this week released a new keyboard replacement app for Android called Hub Keyboard. As you might expect, it expands on the stock Android keyboard in several ways, and offers quick access to data from other apps.
Microsoft this morning unveiled a new alarm app for Android. This wouldn't normally warrant much attention, but it includes game-like wakeup modes that are powered by machine learning technologies developed by Microsoft Project Oxford.
Microsoft has delivered a new app called Home Team that helps you find high-quality local service providers. And good news: it only runs on Windows phones.