Microsoft OneNote is now available on Android Wear
Microsoft today updated its OneNote application for Android to add support for Android Wear, allowing users to add new notes using their voice on devices like the Moto 360, the LG G Watch, and the Samsung Gear Live. The feature means you can quickly add things you don’t want to forget to your notebooks without even taking out your smartphone.
“One of our primary goals is to help you capture ideas and information in new and innovative ways,” Microsoft said in a blog post. “Features like Quick Notes, Cortana, and Office Lens have made it easy to preserve those flashes of brilliance and today we’re adding Android Wear watches.”
To get OneNote on your Android Wear device, simply install the OneNote for Android Wear app (link below) on your Android smartphone while your watch is connected via Bluetooth and the watch companion will be transferred automatically. You’ll then be able to dictate notes from your wrist before you forget what it was you wanted to jot down.
OneNote for Android Wear wasn’t the only thing Microsoft released for third-party platforms today; the software giant also debuted its new Universal Mobile Keyboard, which plays nicely with both Android and iOS devices.
- Google Play StoreOneNote for Android Wear