Windows 10 Mobile OneNote app updated with voice recorder
The OneNote app for Windows 10 Mobile just received an impressive update that should excite fans. We first learned of this new update on Reddit, and later it was officially revealed on Twitter by Microsoft. It will only work on Windows 10 Mobile devices, marking one of the few times a newly updated Microsoft app is released first to Windows 10 Mobile before Android and iOS.
OneNote’s new features make it easier for users to create notes without having to type through its option to now record audio or sound clips to OneNote and save them to OneDrive.
— Office Insider (@OfficeInsider) April 1, 2016
This is a solid idea since it’s much easier to record a short audio clip instead of having to type one out in a note. We envision many users of Windows 10 Mobile taking full advantage of the new feature by focusing more on recording than typing. While the centerpiece to the update, this isn’t the only new addition to OneNote. The software giant added the OneNote Web Clipper extension for Microsoft Edge, as well, but only for those in the Windows Insider program.
While the ability to record clips is the centerpiece to the update, this isn’t the only new addition to OneNote. The software giant added the OneNote Web Clipper extension for Microsoft Edge, as well, but only for those in the Windows Insider program.
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