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Microsoft Garage's ink-focused app, Journal, is getting a handful of new features, like support for custom ink colors, printing and exporting, and more. Soon, it will also have new page styles.
Microsoft's Garage research division has cooked up another new app called Group Transcribe. It allows users to start shared sessions with multiple devices for high-accuracy transcriptions.
Today, Microsoft introduced Journal, an ink-first app that aims to rethink how you write on a screen. It's a Microsoft Garage project, and it's meant to complement the company's other services.
Microsoft Garage's Trove app has begun a new sweepstake today where users who submit photos to be used in AI training can earn prizes. Microsoft said prizes include Amazon gift cards up to $500.
Microsoft's latest Garage project focuses on time-saving for small and midsize businesses. It does that by automatically optimizing their digital marketing across various platforms.
A report suggests that users are beginning to be able to start using Microsoft's SMS Organizer messaging app in the US, the UK, and Australia. It was first launched by the Garage India team for India.
Outings, a Microsoft Garage project, is being retired at the end of this month. Much of the insights provided by the app over its run of almost two years will be used to improved the Bing experience.
Read My World is the latest Microsoft Garage project; it enables users to take photos of objects and documents using their phone cameras, and then learn their spellings and pronunciations.
A group of interns under Microsoft's Garage wing have teamed up and developed an "Earth Lens" app for iOS in 16 weeks, which allows object detection, analysis, and tracking in aerial images.
Microsoft's Spend app is now available to download from the App Store. It's designed to track your expenses for reimbursement or tax purposes by syncing purchases from your cards and bank accounts.
Project Road Runner, an initiative by the Microsoft Garage division, intends to train algorithms that are used for autonomous driving cars by using real-world simulation and deep learning.
A new 8,000 square foot Garage featuring state of the art facilities has been officially opened at Microsoft's Hyderabad campus. The new space aims to support and encourage local ideation initiatives.
In an attempt to help developers translate their app ideas into code faster, Microsoft Garage has unveiled Ink to Code. Geared towards UI prototyping, it's available now in the U.S. and Canada.
Microsoft continues to add new features to the beta version of Arrow Launcher, now on version 3.8. The updated UI in the feed adds your connected Microsoft account pic and easy access to settings.
Microsoft recently updated its Garage project, Arrow Launcher, to version 3.7, bringing a number of new features for beta users of the Android application. It should be generally available next week.
Originally developed as a prototype during a company hackathon, Dictate promises to convert speech to text using the same "state of the art speech recognition" technologies used by Cortana.
Microsoft's Garage division has launched a video news app called "Your News" for the Xbox One, which brings the latest information from around the world in a personalized manner for the users.
Microsoft Garage today updated its Arrow Launcher on Android for beta testers, bringing the version number to 3.5. The update contains a number of new front-facing features and improvements.
Microsoft today released yet another big update for its Arrow Launcher application on Android, bringing it to version 3.3 for beta testers and adding new features like calendar card and page.
Microsoft Garage today released yet another update for its custom Android launcher called Arrow Launcher, bringing the version number to 3.1 and introducing tablet support and more.
After releasing the update for beta testers of the app last week, Microsoft Garage has updated its Arrow Launcher for Android to version 3.0 for everyone, bringing horizontal scrolling and more.
After launching its Kaizala app for small and medium-sized businesses on Android a year ago, and on iOS a few months later, Microsoft Garage has now brought a preview of the app to the Windows Store.
A team from Microsoft Garage has come up with a lightweight email solution that actively searches for an email while the user is typing it. Email Insights is available to download on the Store.
Even though the Microsoft Garage app only launched last August, Cache is now being retired by the division of Microsoft, citing the fact that "all Garage projects are experiments by definition".
Microsoft Garage has released a brand new app for Android devices called "Clip Layer". The app provides a more convenient way to copy text from apps lacking native capability.
Microsoft has updated its Next Lock Screen app to version 3.10.0. The update for the Android lock screen manager brings a few new features, such as fingerprint support for "a lot more devices".
Developers from Microsoft Garage have just launched yet another Android App. Trip Tracker aims to automatically record your movements, quite similar to Google Maps' Timeline feature.
Microsoft updated its Garage project Arrow Launcher today, bringing it to version 2.3. New features include instant messenger support, Bing search, and quite a bit more.
Microsoft's Garage division has unveiled five new incubator consumer apps. They are currently under testing, and anyone who wants to help test them can do so by signing up on the website.
The Microsoft Garage project Word Flow received an update today to version 2.0. It includes a number of new features, such as a search function for GIFs, images and emoji.
Microsoft updated its Garage project Arrow Launcher over the weekend, providing a number of new features. Version 2.2 comes with a fully customizable homepage, live wallpaper support, and more.
Microsoft is looking for students and full-time researchers to test an early version of its new academic research app. Sourcerer is an experimental app being developed by the Office Insider team.
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.
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.