Microsoft’s OneNote application is receiving an update on Google Play, bringing with it a new “Badge” feature that allows users to take notes regardless of what is taking place on their smartphone or tablet. Think of Badge as you would a Facebook Chat Head. The floating Badge can go on top of any app you are using, such as web browsing or your gallery, allowing you to take notes anytime you need it. (more…)
Microsoft’s OneNote application has been updated with Android Wear support, but interestingly enough, Microsoft’s team of Android developers were unable to throw in this capability into the existing OneNote app on Google Play, and instead, have launched a standalone app called OneNote for Android Wear. (more…)
Microsoft is the latest high-profile company to embrace the Play Store’s beta feature with OneNote. OneNote is a lot like Evernote – you can record audio, video, picture, and text notes, format them to your liking, and sync them across multiple platforms, like Windows PCs and iOS devices.
Microsoft has launched the classic OneNote application onto the Android platform. What is OneNote? It’s a classy note taking app that allows for users to place pretty pictures, bullet points and text notes from their mobile device for later usage. You can then open up your notes from your mobile or your PC whenever you need them. All you need is a Windows Live ID and you’re able to use the app to its full extent.