Microsoft has released an update for the OneNote. With the update, there’s new support for Android Wear, iOS 8 and improving the app on Windows Phone. The highlight of the update is that Microsoft has released its first app for Android Wear. With this, we get to see a glimpse of the company’s future plans for the wearable market.
The new app, OneNote for Android Wear by Microsoft does one thing: take notes. Users can activate the app by saying “take a note” which will launch the app. Users can then take notes by just speaking. The app will sent you a notification informing you that the note you just spoke has been saved and will then give you a preview of how your notes look like so you can proof read whatever has been saved.
With this update comes a better update for iOS. This is going to add support for Apple’s new mobile OS. The update makes it easy to grab content from the Internet as well as save images and transferring files without exiting the OneNote app.
Lastly, Microsoft has also updated the Office Lens feature on Windows Phone. Users can now snap a photo of written documents or text and the feature will automatically convert whatever is in the shot into a Word documents. This is going to be a hit with those university students who want to take down what’s on the board with a snap of the lens!