We know that Microsoft is working on a small email-chat app for the iPhone called "Flow", but it looks like that's not all the company is doing on the mobile productivity front. A new report claims that Microsoft has two more apps it is working on internally that might be similar to Flow.
ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley says the apps have the code names "Flip" and "Highlander". She states:
"One of my contacts said Flip may include some of the features that will be part of the Flow email/chat application, but will go beyond Flow by offering document viewing, editing and collaboration features. Highlander is meant to provide lightweight project management for smaller-sized projects, making it easy for users to update tasks and watch projects' progress, that same contact said."
It's more than likely that all of these apps will eventually find their way to iOS, Android and Windows 10 devices, as part of Microsoft's plans to support all the major mobile app platforms.