Two new Microsoft Windows Phone apps leak

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We have been seeing a variety of new Microsoft productivity apps pop up recently and today managed to uncover two more.image

InstaNote lets you take voice notes without losing any detail from the conversation. Through an advanced labelling system notes are saved in OneNote and can be shared freely with others.

The app is currently at version V: 2015.309.9.5224 and was last updated on the 10 March 2015.


The next app is Dailer for Lync which allows the user to join a meeting of Lync (Skype for Bussines)  through a voice call from the mobile. Using the mobile carrier network, the application communicates with the number of a “Microsoft Conference Bridge” and enters the appropriate username and password automatically. Dialer for Lync Meetings obtains data for scheduled meetings from your calendar and is mainly useful when you are away from your computer and have no data connection on mobile .

It is not clear if and when the apps will be released to the public but both appear to be in active development. The apps follow the discovery of apps such as Flow by Outlook, Office Now, Revolve and OneClip, and demonstrates Microsoft’s renewed focus on productivity.

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