Microsoft OneNote has been available for Android and iOS tablets for quite some time, but a new update has tailored the app to best suit their larger screens. OneNote now offers handwriting support, allowing you to capture and format the notes you take during school lectures or board meetings.
OneNote has evolved to become a very full-featured digital notebook that allows you to record audio, snap photographs, create checklists, apply font and style formatting, organize your notes into sections, and add tags to your content. Have multiple devices? Need to collaborate with fellow students or colleagues? OneNote gives you access to all of your notes from all of your computers and devices (no matter whether they are Anrdoid, Windows, iOS or MacOS).
Microsoft has been criticized lately for all but missing the boat when it comes to mobile devices and integration, but seeing sophisticated apps like OneNote emerging is enough to make me wonder if their next niche won’t be related to apps instead of operating systems…
If you would like to take Microsoft OneNote for a test drive on your Android device, download it for free now.
Jillian Koskie is an experienced software developer, content writer, project manager and usability design expert. With over 17 years in these roles, Jillian has enjoyed applying her skill-set to assist clients and users across a wide variety of sectors including: legal, health, and financial services. Combining these professional opportunities with a love of technology, Jillian is pleased to contribute articles, opinions, and advice to numerous news outlets, websites, and publications.