Microsoft's Garage incubator is currently in the process of testing out six new apps that perform a variety of functions, including organizing photos and project, managing writing assignments, and sharing OneDrive files.
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First noticed by Mary Jo Foley of ZDNet, the apps are already highly anticipated.
Here is what we can expect from Microsoft in the coming months/years:
Cache: An app that helps you bookmark and organize your content by client, project, task, or idea so that you can easily see how everything relates.
Hearing AI: This one allows you to experience speech and other sounds through graphic visualizations. It will also send out key notifications about the vital sound changes in your environment.
Project Copenhagen: Allows you to attach, view, and share OneDrive files over Gmail.
Project Oceana: The fastest way to access your Outlook inbox from within your browser.
Project Santorini: An easier, more innovative way to revisit and explore your photos.
Write Ideas: Helps students write better by helping them express their creative ideas through doodles, voice, and text.
So far, the apps are only getting tested "by invitation," but if you do a little poking around, you will likely find yourself an invitation.