Windows 8, 10 One Note App Gets More Languages & Other Features
After SkyDrive has been renamed into OneDrive, Microsoft has issued an update to OneNote to offer support for OneDrive interaction, as well. Now, the official Windows 8 One Note has received some more features in the latest update.
Without a doubt, OneNote is one of the best note taking apps that you can currently download from the Windows Store on your touch or desktop Windows 8.1 and also Windows RT devices. Of course, Evernote and others like Note Anytime are serious competitors, as well. According to the release notes, the official OneNote app for Windows 8.1 has received support for more languages, now being available in as much as 105 languages. Also, Microsoft has now added the ability to go to the location of the page from the Recent Notes view.
As expected, various performance and accessibility improvements have been put in place, along with the usual bug fixes. Besides this, inking and rule line improvements have also made their way into the refreshed version. Just as before, you can use the app to make lists, draw and write, take pictures, scan various files and import them, search inside files, share, snap and all the usual OneNote features which you’re probably accustomed with already.
Microsoft OneNote is your digital notebook for keeping track of what’s important in your life. Jot down your ideas, keep track of classroom and meeting notes, clip from the web, make a to-do list as well as draw and sketch your ideas. OneNote is your one place to capture and organize everything. Whether you’re at home, in the office or on the go, your notes travel with you. They are automatically saved and synced in the cloud, so you always have the latest on all your devices. Share notes with friends and colleagues. Plan vacations, share meeting minutes or lecture notes with people around you. Now available for free for a limited time
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