MyScript releases Nebo app for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile
MyScript finally released its Nebo application for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. This pen-focused application allows you to write, edit, draw and format your quick notes with ease. To make things even better, Nebo allows you to transport digital documents, which is great because MyScript is one of the best companies out there when it comes to high-performance handwriting recognition and digital ink management technology.
“Digital ink innovations have remained stagnant over the last decade providing only limited capabilities. Current ink technology only allows the capture and display of digital ink on device surfaces much like ink on paper”, said Paddy Padmanabhan, CEO at MyScript, adding that “our new interactive ink technology combines the flexibility of pen and paper with the power and productivity of digital processing to create the best user experience in dynamic digital handwriting.”
Gary Baum, Vice President of Marketing at MyScript, made the official announcement saying that “We’re excited to officially launch Interactive Ink technology and offer our application toolkit to independent software developers and OEMs across the globe.”
It is good to know that, currently, Nebo can be downloaded for free from the Windows Store. However, keep in mind that on September 30, 2016, the application will be sold for $8.99. New updates and features are also expected to be released for Nebo sometime in the near future and as soon as we find more information about it, we will let you know.
The Nebo application can be used for many purposes such as studying, marketing and more. You can see the application in action in the video below, where you will be able to see the true power of this notes application.
What are your thoughts about this notes application? Will you install it on your computer or mobile device?
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