Microsoft releases OneNote app for Android Wear users


Microsoft is rumoured to have some smartwatch plans of its own but that doesn’t mean the company isn’t keen to support the wearable tech that’s already out there.

The company has released a brand new OneNote application for Android users that brings support for Android Wear. Users with OneNote installed on their phone can now download this app to take notes on their wrists (yes, you’ll need to have both apps installed).

Similar to Evernote, users launch OneNote for Android Wear with the command, “OK Google, take a note,” and then dictate their message to their watch while trying not to look self-conscious or silly.



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