Microsoft today announced Cache, its newest Garage project. The idea is to allow you to "bookmark the stuff important to you." This "stuff" will sync between all of your devices, starting with your iPhone and Windows PC.
You can use Cache to grab "text snippets, images, web pages, files, reference material, and your notes". You'll also be able to create groups, which will allow you to organize said stuff by "projects, clients, tasks, or ideas".
And of course, all of that content will be available across your devices. It's similar in functionality to OneClip, which was meant to be a digital clipboard across devices.
This is the latest of many apps to come out of Microsoft Garage. The group is also responsible for bringing the Word Flow keyboard to iOS, the Arrow Launcher to Android, and much, much more. You can check out the Microsoft Garage website to learn more about its projects. You'll need to sign in with a Microsoft account, because for some reason it thinks that you're accessing sensitive information.
You can't download Cache just yet, but you can sign up for a preview of it. Head over to the Cache website and click "Sign up now!"