The Microsoft Garage project Arrow Launcher was updated today to include a few new features. Version 2.1 includes notification bade support for more apps, 24-hour display format support, and more.
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Thinga.me is a new iOS app from Microsoft Garage, which allows users to photograph, crop out, collect and share "objects". It's a bit like Pinterest, but less social and currently in closed beta.
Microsoft Garage has updated its Arrow Launcher to version 2.0 today, bringing Office 365 integration, along with a handful of some more minor features, such as new wallpaper.
The Microsoft Garage project Next Lock Screen has received a significant update today, including a new logo and a new look. The update brings the version number to 3.2.0 and it's available now.
The Microsoft Garage project Arrow Launcher has been updated today with some new features, such as the ability to sync reminders from Wunderlist, reverse Apps page ordering, and more.
The Microsoft Garage project Hub Keyboard is now available for iOS devices. While the original Android version is still in Preview form, the new iOS app is not, coming in at version 1.0.
Earlier this week, Microsoft Garage released Hub Keyboard for Android. The new app contains quite a few interesting features. This is a video showing what Hub Keyboard can do, and what it can't.
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Microsoft Garage pushed two new apps, Kaizala and Sprightly, to the Play Store yesterday -- the former being a communication tool for teams while the latter one allows users to create promos.
Microsoft today released Hub Keyboard, once again expanding the firm's Android experience. Hub Keyboard is a Microsoft Garage project and it promises to bring information to your fingertips.
Microsoft today updated its Next Lock Screen app for Android devices to include a number of new features, including fingerprint reader support, Smart Contacts, Smart Lock, and more.
A new note-taking app from Microsoft Garage is now available to Windows users from the Store. The free app is focused on handwriting and drawing offering some interesting features.
A new iOS application called News Pro from Microsoft's Garage division, powered by Bing News has appeared on the iTunes Store without any official announcement from the company.
Microsoft has recently released a new Social Share plug-in for its PowerPoint software. The new plug-in enables users to share and interact with social media users from within PowerPoint itself.
The Microsoft Garage, an experimental lab for employees, has pumped out its latest creation: Twist. The app makes photos the focus in a bid to make instant messaging more creative.
The folks at Microsoft Garage have launched a new app called Tossup, which wants to make getting together with friends easier and faster. The app allows you to poll people on meeting times and places.
Currently, Microsoft offers a landscape dock for the Surface Pro 3. But now, the 'Garage' team at Microsoft has created an experimental VESA mounted dock that supports portrait orientation.
Microsoft Garage has released a variety of productivity-based cross-platform apps that include joining conferences to a new keyboard for Excel in Android; make the jump to see all the apps.
Microsoft Garage has released a new lock screen app named Picturesque. The app capitalizes on Bing's daily images, and features quick access to the camera, settings, calls, and messages.
Microsoft Garage has launched some experimental and innovative consumer-oriented applications on its website for various platforms developed by enthusiasts within the company.
Microsoft has posted a feature spotlighting the Microsoft Garage facility where employees can work on side projects, including one where the Windows XP chime was recreated by a robot xylophone.
Microsoft has released a new video showing the recent opening of the Maker Garage, a space inside the Microsoft Garage building established to let employees use 3D printing on their side projects.
The Microsoft Garage division of the company, which allows anyone at Microsoft to work on any project they want, has an interesting and colorful motto: "Do epic s**t."
Microsoft has released a new and free program from its Garage division, Mouse Without Borders, that allows PC users to link several desktops together and drag, copy and paste files with one mouse.