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Microsoft on{X} Beta Customizes Phones to Fit Your Needs

By: Frank Luanda - Published: • References: xda-developers
Microsoft on{X} is a scheduling application for the Android OS that lets users create tasks for their smartphones using Javascript.

The tasks are entered on a computer through the home website, which then confirms the user's identity through Facebook, but offers other confirmation methods in later stages. Users are given the option of using pre-written "recipes" or creating their own tasks from scratch, allowing users to fully maximize their phones. The tasks could range in simplicity from reminding a user to buy milk when he/she leaves work to turning the lights on when arriving home.

The application is still currently in beta and only available on the Android platform. The website offers a forum offering users the chance to share "recipes" and voice concerns. Stats for Remotely Programmed Apps Trending: Older & Chilly
Traction: 198 clicks in 119 w
Interest: > 3 minutes
Concept: Microsoftonx
Related: 78 examples / 60 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55
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