Microsoft’s strategy to support non-Windows devices is on a roll. Early on Tuesday, the company announced a Bluetooth keyboard that works with Windows, iOS and Android; now it’s following up with a OneNote app for Google Android Wear smartwatches.
The new OneNote for Android Wear is free in the Google Play store and works with any of the currently available Android Wear watches. You’ll also need a phone running Android 4.3 or better, but that’s actually a [company]Google[/company] Android Wear requirement anyway.
Once installed on your watch, you simply say “OK, Google. Take a note” to launch the [company]Microsoft[company] OneNote app on your wrist. The Android Wear watch will dictate whatever you next say and save the transcription to the OneNote phone app, which in turn is synchronized to all of the devices you have OneNote installed.
Android Wear watches can already take dictated notes, but without a note-taking app…
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