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Microsoft Releases OneNote For Android Tablets
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SaneIT
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SaneIT,
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8/21/2014 | 7:23:16 AM
Re: moving in the right direction
You'll probably enjoy OneNote.  I was using an app that died earlier this year and switched over to OneNote because I already had it installed on nearly everything I use.  Overall I have to say that it is getting better and the handwriting addition was a welcome one.  I found out about it when my phone updated and spent a few minutes playing with it.  It is nice to mark up my notes on the fly then come back and type out my notes on the same page but I wish it could do OCR and translate my handwriting when I'm done.
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8/20/2014 | 4:47:47 PM
moving in the right direction
I used papyrus app for my tablet. I will give Onenote a try. I think Microsoft is moving in the right direction.  Microsoft is taking advantage of their core applications and enhancing its features across all of their platforms.  This will provide better experience and bring new users to their other programs besides office.

 


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