Due to the fact that iOS and macOS are so tightly integrated, those who own a Mac computer and an iOS have no problems syncing their devices together for things like calendars, notes, browsing history, messages, and more. We’re sure that was the intention that Microsoft had with Windows Phone, but we all know how that turned out.

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However Microsoft is still very much interested in mobile and according to a report from Thurrott.com, it looks like one of Windows’ features could be coming onto mobile in the form of Sticky Notes. The app itself is being updated for Windows 10, but the report claims that Microsoft apparently has plans to bring it onto iOS and Android devices as well.

What this means is that just like Notes for iOS, presumably notes you made on your Windows 10 computer will sync with the app, which means that you can update your Sticky Notes on either device and it will update and sync accordingly. Given that there are plenty of iOS and Android users who aren’t macOS or Chrome OS users, this strategy of Microsoft actually makes sense.

There is no word on when Sticky Notes will be launched on mobile, but if this is a feature that you use often, then keep an eye out for its launch.

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