Over the past week, Microsoft has been revealing upcoming features for version 3.0 of Sticky Notes, first announcing a dark theme, followed by a whole range of improvements to many aspects of the app. But while the company has been teasing news about the Windows 10 version of Sticky Notes, there may also be something in the works for mobile devices.
According to a report by Thurrott.com, Microsoft is planning the release of a Sticky Notes app for Android and iOS, possibly coming later this year. No details are known yet regarding what the app will look like or what it will do, but one can assume that it will bring some sort of cross-device syncing, something the company has been embracing more and more in recent months.
Windows Insiders are expected to receive Sticky Notes 3.0 sometime soon, though it will arrive in the Skip Ahead ring first. If the report is accurate, the mobile app could become available around the time version 3.0 hits broader availability for Windows 10 users, which would be fitting.
It's important to keep in mind that plans can change at any time, and Microsoft is no stranger to delaying features or products. Still, the idea of small notes that can easily be synced across devices might be interesting to a lot of users, and it would be nice to see it come to life sooner rather than later.