Microsoft seems to be extremely busy on making new mobile apps that work on all the major platforms. Today, word got out on another unannounce app in development at the company called OneClip. As the name implies, the app is designed to be a universal clipboard. It's also being made to work with Windows 10, iOS and Android devices.
Neowin managed to try out an early version of OneClip, and it sounds like it might be pretty useful:
"Once you install OneClip on a device, like a Windows 10 PC, the app starts to collect everything you copy to your clipboard. Images, text, screenshots, links and so on, all get collected and organized by time and date, device, app and so forth. Then they get displayed in a neat easy to use interface, from where users can then share the content, pin it as important, or simply delete it."
OneClip also has cross-platform support, which means that you can sync up all of your collected items in your clipboard to your Windows 10 desktop PC, your iPad tablet or your Android smartphone. Neowin adds that some apps can be manually added to a list which won't be stored to OneClip. Password managers are automatically on that list by default.
There's no word on when OneClip will be released. Microsoft is already working on a email-chat hybrid client called Flow for the iPhone and there are other, uncofirmed reports that the company is working on even more productivity apps under the code names "Flip" and "Highlander".