“To be honest about my perspective, I’m not a fan of Microsoft, Windows, Office or even Xbox,” Miller writes. “One of Microsoft’s more popular apps on iPhone is also on the Mac. It’s called OneNote, a free digital notebook that syncs with other devices running OneNote… Yes, OneNote works on Apple Watch and it works well.”
“OneNote works much like Evernote. It’s a digital notebook that captures almost anything including images (scanned receipts, documents, etc), features a mini-word processor, has easy search tools, and syncs with OneNote on other devices,” Miller writes. “As a somewhat typical Microsoft app, OneNote for the Mac has a cluttered but familiar Windows-app-like look. Think toolbars and tabs and lots of both.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Anybody use OneNote? We’re 100% Microsoft-free here, so let us know what you think of this thing.