Today, Microsoft announced several new updates for its OneNote mobile app on Android. Plus a bit of love for Windows 10 users as well.
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While Mac users aren't exactly known for saving money, a recent price hike at Evernote has some users scrambling for a more affordable alternative. And now Microsoft is offering them a way out, courtesy of its OneNote Importer tool.
Windows isn't the only traditional Microsoft software that is being updated like a service: Its Office applications are as well, and this week the software giant highlighted the improvements its making to OneNote in July.
Yesterday, I received two related emails: One, from Evernote, explained that my free account was about to become a lot more limited, and that I'd need to pay for features I'd been getting for free. The second was from Microsoft, providing a solution to my Evernote problem.
Not sure why this took so long, but Microsoft now has a OneNote Importer utility that will import your Evernote-based notes into the software giant's completely free Office-based solution.
Microsoft has released an update to its OneNote mobile app that supports iOS 9 as well as features unique to the upcoming iPad Pro and Apple Pencil.
Windows 10 ships with a free OneNote mobile app, but anyone can get a more powerful OneNote desktop application for free. Which should you choose?
Microsoft has announced with new and improved apps for both Apple Watch and Android Wear. The most interesting new app, perhaps, is Microsoft Translator.
Microsoft released new versions of OneNote for Android, iPhone and iPad today. The firm is also previewing a coming update for Android Wear.
Microsoft’s OneNote note-taking solution is free, but it’s also awesome, and a tool I use every single day. One of the many reasons OneNote is awesome is that it’s extensible, and today Microsoft announced three new partner apps. Which naturally make OneNote even more, um, awesomer. The OneNote extensibility API debuted a bit over a […]
Microsoft updated OneNote today on a variety of platforms, adding audio recording capabilities and other new features on the Mac and handwriting search on Windows 8.1 tablets and iPad. Plus, the firm recently released OneNote for Apple Watch too. OneNote for Mac OneNote for Mac has been available for a bit over a year, providing […]
Microsoft has announced two separate updates to OneNote, both of which involve the web. Bing Image Search has been updated to support a “Clip it to OneNote” feature, and OneNote Online—the web-based version of OneNote—has been updated to support spellchecking. Clip it to OneNote in Bing Image Search As part of a recent update to […]
In addition to the awesome OneNote Clipper news I shared earlier, Microsoft has delivered updates to OneNote on both iPhone and Mac. OneNote for iPhone picks up note previews and notebooks reordering. And OneNote for Mac provides enhanced notebook sharing functionality. OneNote for iPhone On iPhone, the note list in each section now displays a […]
Today, Microsoft released a major update to its OneNote Clipper tool, bringing the web browser add-in up to version 2.0. Already adept at clipping information from the web, OneNote Clipper 2.0 features an improved user interface, a location picker, and other improvements. If you’re not familiar with OneNote Clipper, it’s basically a browser add-in—in Internet […]
Microsoft today announced one of the most eagerly-anticipated features for OneNote for iPad: The ability to handwrite notes and draw with a stylus in the popular mobile app. But don’t worry if you’re not using OneNote on an iPad: Microsoft is also adding OCR capabilities to OneNote on all platforms: Windows, Mac, the web, and […]