Android Wear is Big Enough for Microsoft OneNote and adds Share Feature for iOS 8

by CodeGuru Staff

Microsoft is moving to bring OneNote to every devices it can, even if they aren't running some version of Windows.

The Microsoft OneNote team just launched a new application for Google's growing Android Wear platform. Users who download the OneNote app onto their Moto 360 or other Android wearable can say, "OK Google, take a note" to transcribe anything they verbalize to a virtual sticky note. The OneNote group also announced a new Share Extension feature for iOS 8, which, by the way, heads out to iPhones and iPads Wednesday. The new functionality lets users share content from various apps that utilize OneNote without ever having to go into the app. With the Share Extension, OneNote will also appear among social media channels like Twitter and Facebook, allowing users to upload images and share website clips. As a more work-oriented application, users will be able to transfer email attachments to Microsoft's cloud. Continue reading this story here

This article was originally published on Tuesday Sep 16th 2014
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