by Jules Wang | January 21, 2016 11:23 PM
Microsoft seems to be a diligent player in another company's walled garden. With the introduction of the iPhone 6s and the iPad Pro, two new iOS interaction methods have changed up what it means to be an app on an Apple device. And Word, Excel and PowerPoint are on it. All three apps are taking up new features, including: "Annotate with Ink," accessible via the new Draw tab and now takes the Apple Pencil A 3D Touch menu which allows you to immediately create or open a project Download fonts from the cloud on demand Files are now searchable on Spotlight (iOS 9) PowerPoint also now ...
by Jules Wang | July 7, 2015 10:11 AM
Okay, so the LiveScribe smartpen hasn't exactly taken off yet. And you're finding it impractical to carry around pen and paper these days. So, the question stands: what can I do to take down what I need to know or remember? Well, not to worry! Notes apps are getting craftier as time goes by and at this point, they're proving to be essential for the connected, for the forgetful and for the studious. We took a quick jot across five different notes apps for Android. Some of them have the capability for reminders. Some of them can take pictures of documents and convert them into decent looking ...
by Adam Z. Lein | September 16, 2013 10:31 AM
Every time I’ve tried Evernote it has been a disappointment. OneNote is far more flexible and feature-rich. Of course, both Evernote and OneNote have multiple different app versions that vary in features and quality across each operating system and platform. Because of that variance, OneNote on Windows Phone 8 may be better than Evernote on Windows Phone 8, or Evernote on Apple's iOS may be better than OneNote on Apple iOS. For the sake of simplicity, we'll mainly look at what would be the most powerful OneNote and Evernote clients; the Windows Desktop versions of both apps. Both ...
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