Microsoft showed off a coming Windows phone app called “Revolve”. This app melds aspects of a calendar and contact manager. Revolve’s goal is to provide you with information on the people you’re about to meet with before your appointment. It gives you information it collects from multiple sources.
All data are presented to users ahead of time, and it seems, the app pulls info from Facebook, Twitter, Windows Live, LinkedIn and other sources. Obviously, Microsoft is keeping up with continuous changes in the work habits of consumers by coming up with product updates that will sure to cope up with the changes.
Revolve is actually not a Windows phone app. It is an iOS app that is in very early stages of internal testing, a Microsoft spokesperson said. It is one of the apps to come out of the Microsoft Garage incubator and ultimately may be released on other mobile platforms.
Anyway, it sounds like Microsoft Revolve is something users might use on a daily basis, and we can see that the Microsoft is not neglecting the app experience on Windows Phone. In fact, the company is hard at work on a brand new applications. They try to be not just a productivity business but a business that helps people be more productive and to answer to the constant changes in technology.
Revolve, Delve and Sway are the three new apps that are part of Microsoft’s productivity generation: Delve works hand in hand with Lync, Sharepoint and Yammer, accumulating information and gathering documents that users need to interact with co-workers in a more efficient manner. Sway is a lightweight content creation platform. Let’s remind you that Microsoft’s Word, Excel and Powerpoint have been exceptional tools. Nowadays Microsoft is adapting to the needs of people by making the Office apps work with iPhone, iPads and Android devices and best of all making these apps free for download.
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