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Yo! If you want to say something other than “yo” to your colleagues while on the go, you’re in luck. Cloud file-sharing company Box has added its note-taking feature, Box Notes, to the company’s iOS apps.

Box Notes hits Android later this summer, David Still, Box’s vice president of mobile products, wrote in a blog post on today’s rollout.

In the newly updated Box app for iPhone and iPad, you can tap in an idea, add bullets and indentations, comment on a note, share it with colleagues or anyone with the proper link, and set an expiration date.

The feature could help Box compete with companies with file-sharing and note-taking capability, including Microsoft. Meanwhile, Box competitor Huddle launched a note-taking feature of its own in December.

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Box Notes on iOS, for its part, is not unnecessarily complicated. It fits with Box chief executive Aaron Levie’s stated ideals in mobile app design: “simplicity and usability.”

Levie first talked about Box Notes in September. Box started giving users access to the feature last month.

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