Microsoft has launched a new tool dubbed as OneNote Importer Tool that makes it easy for user to import their Evernote content to OneNote. The tool which is currently available only for Windows will ‘migrate’ all your content from Evernote to OneNote.
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OneNote has updated its mobile apps on Android and iOS with a bunch of new features and improvements. The note taking app from Microsoft is also getting an update for web.
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Microsoft has combined both iPhone and iPad apps into one universal app. Now there will be just one OneNote app for all iOS devices and iPad users will be prompted to re-download the app the next time they launch it.
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Microsoft is adding two important features to OneNote. The company is bringing handwriting search for OneNote on Windows 8.1 and iPad and even support for Apple Watch.
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OneNote for iPhone and Mac has received important updates. The iPhone app is getting note previews while the Mac edition is receiving sharing enhancements.
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Microsoft has has updated OneNote app for the iOS and Mac with several updates and enhancements. The note taking app for iPhone, iPad and Mac now gets new features.
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Microsoft has updated OneNote for Android with several updates and a revamped UI. For starters, the app gets support for Android tablets with bunch of other additional features. Continue reading “OneNote for Android updated with refreshed UI, handwriting support for tablets and more”
OneNote, the note taking application that lives inside the office suite has now been unbundled on Windows and made free for the desktop, like it has been on other platforms and even the Windows Store. Talking of platforms, Microsoft has also just introduced OneNote for Mac, which has been a long standing request from Office for Mac users. The client will work just like the Windows client, with access to the OneDrive cloud, the familiar arrangement of notebooks and all the tools OneNote is known for. Apart from this, Microsoft has also opened up new APIs for OneNote, with which one can develop apps supporting the service and the cloud.
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Google’s note taking and list making app, Keep, had shown up previously on Drive but has now been officially announced. The app which works on web and on Android phones running 4.0 and above can best be described as a simplified version of Evernote. The application allows the creation of notes and lists which are saved on Google Drive. You can download the app here.
These are synchronized across all your Android devices. Users also get a home screen and lock screen widget to make taking notes a single tap affair. It is possible to attach images and voice memos to notes. Additionally, the service supports transcription which will let you convert voice memos into text. Google Keep allows you to customize the color of the note and completed items can be archived or deleted. The notes can be accessed on the web via the drive.google.com/keep url.
There is no iOS or Windows Phone application yet. One area where the app falls short is shared note editing or any sort of social features other than sharing via the standard Android share menu. Do you see yourself using Keep over more established players and their apps like Evernote and Microsoft’s OneNote ? Sound off in the comments below.
OneNote is an application that is extremely useful to keep a tab on your daily tasks. Microsoft has released OneNote 1.3, just in time for the holidays.
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