Starting off as a simple convenience for Windows users, Sticky Notes has, in the last few months, become one of the more interesting programs to watch inside Microsoft, as the company focuses on rapidly expanding its capabilities and bring it up to par with other note-taking apps.
After announcing Sticky Notes users can sync their notes across all their Windows devices, the company was rumoured to have been working on adding iOS and Android support to ensure it's the only note-taking app you'll need. Today, the Engineering Manager for Sticky Notes, Reza Jooyandeh, confirmed Sticky Notes will be getting apps on iOS and Android. He even surprised us by alluding to some form of Outlook and OneNote integration coming in the future.
Sticky Notes has a big heart 💖! Apart from @Windows10, you will soon find your @StickyNotes on #OneNote, #Outlook, #Android and #iOS. Stay tuned for more details and happy note-taking, everyone! 🥳🎉 pic.twitter.com/UbETG8qubV— Reza Jooyandeh 🌈 (@RezaJooyandeh) October 8, 2018
When these features will finally make their way to the note-taking app is unclear. Given Microsoft's rapid pace of development for the last year, though, we're hoping it'll be sooner rather than later.