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Microsoft might launch its Sticky Notes app on Android and iPhone

Microsoft might launch its Sticky Notes app on Android and iPhone

However, Microsoft is still accepting new application submissions to the Windows 8 Store. The latest update bumps the app to v10.1807.2131.0 and removes the hamburger menu. Given those factors, it's somewhat surprising that Microsoft has continued supporting the OS this long though now it is finally giving out the dates when Windows 8/8.1 and Windows Phone 8.x can effectively retire. Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

Microsoft gave the still-twitching corpse of Windows Phone another kick yesterday as it confirmed plans to stop app updates from July 2019. According to NetMarketShare.com, Windows Phone 8 and 8.1 devices account for a scarcely measurable 0.02 per cent of the mobile market.




Last year Microsoft admitted that it was no longer releasing new hardware and features for its Windows Phone OS. This may be problematic for mobile device owners since not all Windows 8 and 8.1 devices were deemed worthy of an upgrade by Redmond. Submissions for new Windows Phone 8 apps are also now accepted. The deadline for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 comes much later on July 1, 2023. You may actually want to use it now, especially since Android integration could be coming soon.

Microsoft is planning on bringing its popular Sticky Notes Windows app to iOS and Android.