Microsoft today launched two updates for its OneNote note taking service, introducing tablet support on Android and printing and highlighting on Windows.
For Android users, this is a major OneNote release; alongside the tablet launch, OneNote for Android now supports handwriting input and features new formatting options, such as font size, typeface, and tags.
On Windows, the update is far less noteworthy; OneNote for Windows users can now print their notes, insert files and PDFs into notes, and utilize a new highlighter tool.
Here’s a look at OneNote’s new Android tablet UI:
Today’s updates are noteworthy, particularly for existing OneNote fans. But, it’s unclear if the Android tablet launch will lure users away from competing services, such as Evernote.
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