Microsoft Planner comes to Android phones. Similar to the iPhone app, the Android app offers a full-featured experience which lets you keep track of all of your tasks in a clean user interface. The app has a column-based design that lets you scroll through all the different boards, you can interact with any of the tasks in the boards, change their due dates, upload attachments, and change the status of the task, etc. The app also lets you drag-and-drop tasks from one board to another which is going to be very handy.
The company is still planning on bringing Microsoft Planner to Windows 10 devices, but it isn’t clear when exactly that’ll arrive.