Microsoft OneClip sharing app soon available on Windows 10, Android, iOS, and Windows Phone

OneClip makes it easy to share clipboard content between devices.

Microsoft OneClip app for Windows 10, Android, iOS, and Windows Phone

Microsoft has a new app for Windows Phone, Android, iOS, and Windows 10 called OneClip. The app hasn’t been officially announced, but here is what it is: OneClip is a cross-platform app that uses OneDrive as a medium to allow users to copy and paste text, documents, and photos to easily share them between your devices.

For example, you in your computer and you copy a phone number to the clipboard, then the content of the clipboard, in this case the phone number, will sync to the cloud and be available through OneClip on every device you have the app setup. Then simply, you go to OneClip in your phone, and you can easily access that phone number you copied from your PC.

The setup is very straight forward, you install the app on your Windows 10 PC, Windows Phone, Android and/or iPhone. Then you go to “Pair & Devices” on OneClip to generate a pair code that you need to enter on your other devices to pair – the app doesn’t have a limit on how many devices you can pair –. Once the pair is complete, you’ll be able to get access to all the clipped content on all your devices.

The OneClip app still in beta, it works remarkable well, and it heavily depends on an internet connection. Microsoft hasn’t announced the app, but we can expect it will happen very soon.

Will you giving OneClip a try? Will you trust your clipboard content to be stored in the cloud? Let’s know in the comments below.

Source Windows Central

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