Microsoft brings its note-taking app, OneNote, to Apple Vision Pro

It was released on April 16, 2024

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Microsoft OneNote comes to Apple Vision Pro

When Microsoft shared plans to release native apps on Apple Vision Pro, users who often worked on the former’s ecosystem were excited. Now, within months of the announcement, Microsoft brings OneNote to Apple Vision Pro.

According to Microsoft’s official blog post, OneNote can be used alongside other native apps, say Word, Excel, and Teams, on Apple Vision Pro, boosting your ability to multitask.

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The OneNote experience on the revolutionary spatial computer will be similar to an iPad, allowing you to make notes, write memos, and put down your thoughts.

You can also tag important notes or password-protect them while sharing for controlled access. Besides, you can sync notes to OneDrive and access them anywhere and on any device. OneNote on Apple Vision Pro supports hands-free keyboard and trackpad controls.

Microsoft also intends to soon bring Copilot support, the ability to insert from camera and photos, and 2FA (Two-factor authentication) to OneNote on the spatial computer.

Microsoft OneNote for Vision Pro is now available for download on the App Store!

At present, OneNote for Vision Pro doesn’t support work accounts managed by an organization. Only personal accounts and self-managed work accounts can be used to sign in.

Executives at Microsoft have been full of praise for Apple Vision Pro. The device truly is revolutionary, though high pricing makes it unaffordable to many, especially in lower-income regions!

How do plan to use OneNote on Apple Vision Pro? Share with our readers in the comments section.

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