At Build 2018 developer conference, Microsoft announced that the Microsoft Launcher on Android will soon support Timeline. Microsoft did not say when it will update the Microsoft Launcher to support Timeline and it appears that the feature won’t arrive anytime soon.
Vishnu Nath, Head of Program Management, Microsoft Mobility Experiences, said in a tweet that there’s no ETA for Timeline support on Android but the software giant is actively working on it.
In progress. Sorry can't say much more yet but it's under active development. Stay tuned.
— Vishnu Nath (@VishnuNath) July 6, 2018
Microsoft announced Timeline feature with latest Windows 10 April 2018 Update and it lets you pick up where you left off from a different Windows 10 device. Microsoft stores the activity for 30 days and syncs the content across all devices. Microsoft is allowing users to clean out Timeline progress and you can stop tracking activity from your machine at any time.
Back in May, Kevin Gallow, Microsoft’s head of the Windows developer platform said that the Microsoft Launcher will be soon updated with Timeline feature and help you find supported apps in the Play Store.
Run apps from your Windows Timeline
Timeline for Microsoft Launcher on Android will allow you to pick up where you left off and it will work with apps titles like the Office suite.
Timeline feature is not limited to Windows 10 and Android devices as iPhone users can access Timeline through Microsoft’s Edge browser.