Microsoft today started rolling-out a major update to its OneNote app for Android that brings a revamped interface to give you a new experience for tablets and also brings support for handwriting within the app.
Microsoft made this announcement via a post on their blog where the company posted as, “Handwriting support has been the biggest feature request and we have listened to your feedback!
If you have an Android tablet, say goodbye to pen and paper because now you have OneNote to take notes during lectures or meetings. With this update you can take handwritten notes, draw with your stylus and even with your finger.
Your notes will sync across all your devices, helping you access them easily and stay organized.” If you use OneNote on a tablet then you are going to feel a new experience, as the update include a new tablet-optimized UI with formatting options including “font type, font size, font color, highlight color, text alignment and heading style.”
Other features in the update include the ability to change the page color for visual appeal and now you can add grid lines or ruled lines to your pages to assist in handwriting or drawing.
Microsoft has started rolling-out the update from today, so you might not get it instantly or you can check for the update.
If you haven’t installed the OneNote app then you can download it from Google Play Store.