Microsoft Announces the Re-launch of OneNote for Android

Microsoft’s OneNote app, available for free and now including support for handwriting and a new tablet UI, similar to the one used for the iPad. Microsoft calls this a big upgrade, especially  for users of large-format Android devices such as the Galaxy Note phablets and tablets like Google’s Nexus 7. The previous OneNote app for Android functioned well on the smaller smartphone size screen, however it did not scale up all that well. Microsoft also updated the version of OneNote that uses Windows 8.1′s “modern” user interface with support for printing, inserting files and ink highlighting. Continue reading this story here.



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