Microsoft’s popular note-taking app OneNote is now available on Google’s wearable operating system Android Wear, Microsoft announced in a blog post. Also Read - Warning! Delete these 20 malicious apps immediately promising Minecraft mods
Users who have Android Wear smartwatches will be able to record notes using OneNote by saying “OK Google, take a note,”. The app is now live on Google Play Store, and requires you to have Android phone running Android 4.3 or above paired with Android Wear watch. Also Read - Windows 11 will improve multi-monitor workflow; here's how
Microsoft remains committed at offering its products and services to a vast majority of operating systems. OneNote is also available for Nokia X platform, and recently launched Amazon Fire phone. Also Read - Windows 11 download link: Beware! Do not install the Windows 11 test build gone viral
At the sidelines of this announcement, Microsoft also said that it is improving its OneNote app for iOS platform, in accordance with iOS 8 software, which will rollout today. With this new update, users will be able to clip content from Safari and other apps to OneNote.