Most people have multiple devices and often begin an activity on one device and finish it on another. To accommodate this, apps need to span devices and platforms. To solve this problem, Microsoft first came up with Project Rome enabling developers to create experiences that transcend a single device and driving up user engagement.
Microsoft released Project Rome capabilities for Remote Launch and Remote App Services in Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Back in February, they released Project Rome SDK for Android. At Build developer conference today, Microsoft announced the availability of Project Rome SDK for iOS. It works similar to the already released Project Rome SDK for iOS.