OneNote app for Windows 8.1 receives update, no change log just yet
Microsoft has rolled out an update to the OneNote app for Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1. This new update was released today, however, the change log has yet to reflect what is new or improved with this update.
The OneNote app is a great app that allows you to create quick notes via keyboard or even touch! “Take notes that save to the cloud so you have them when you need them. Fast and immersive, OneNote has been reimagined for Windows 8. Whether you draw, type, click, or swipe, this app will shine on your Windows 8 device. On the go? Use a browser or one of the many OneNote mobile apps to get to your notes when you need them,” the app description reads.
So what’s new with this update? Well, we don’t know just yet, as Microsoft has yet to publish the change log. Currently, the app description page at the Windows Store showcases the new features that were added in the previous update, which included an update to the pen menu, support for roaming list of recent notebooks, and support for drawing with touch.
Hit the download link below to snag the updated app and let us know in the comments below if you notice any new features or improvements.
Thanks @dingl_ for the tip!OneNote, Windows 8.1, Windows Store