Discussion in 'Software' started by spinedoc77, Jul 25, 2014.
See, I said there was no reason to worry. Beta is usually beta for a reason =P
Looks like they just released it to Google Play for everyone:
Delivering improved handwriting capabilities, including OneNote for Android tablets | Office Blogs
Yay! Downloaded and syncing like there is no tomorrow.
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Woohoo! I'm thinking of getting a Galaxy Note 4 (over the iPhone 6 Plus) just because of the OneNote inking support. So, to those who've used OneNote on a Galaxy Note, does pressure sensitivity work well? How does the feel of inking compare to that on the desktop or on a Surface?
Onenote on Android is making a lot of features for me. It doesn't allow me to change the canvas size of any of my pages.
You don't need to. Just keep writing as far as to the right or bottom as you like. The page will size automatically.
I have the Note 3 and the Note 4 is supposed to have improved pressure sensitivity. It is there on my Note, doesn't mean I'd use it for at work.
Edit; last words should be art work.
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Woah it's a great news for some who has difficulty in typing via keyboard.
could anyone confirm whether android onenote allows you to save onenote data (notebooks) to an sd card? does it depend on the version of android youre running or not? i have too much onenote data to store on my cellphone's internal memory but I don't need to buy an sd card if it can't be used for this specific purpose.
Thanks in advance
If OneNote saves any data on the phone, nobody knows where our on what format. It does sync to OneDrive automatically or when you're back on Internet.
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