There’s little doubt in anyone’s mind that Microsoft has been marching forward with its cross-platform strategy over the past months. The company has been releasing more and more apps for Android and iOS, trying to spread its wings beyond its own operating systems and grab a few users across the pond. While some of these apps are the serious productive tools that we expect from Redmond, others have been quirky, experimental, and sometimes even wtf-worthy. That’s not the case with OneClip. It’s interesting, useful, and in line with Microsoft’s OneDrive and OneNote efforts.

The service is still in beta and hasn’t been officially announced. It was first mentioned by @WalkingCat on Twitter who then proceeded to leak the various apps’ installation files (Windows 10, iPhone, Windows Phone, and Android). I’ve tried the Android app, but it keeps on failing to register for me, so I’m guessing that Microsoft tightened the ropes on this one as soon as it got out.