Microsoft introduces OneNote app for Apple Vision Pro

OneNote app for Apple Vision Pro

Apple has introduced its cloud-based note-taking app OneNote for Apple Vision Pro. The app promises an immersive experience. Users will be able to take hands-free notes using speech mode or type using virtual keyboard and finger-tracking sensors.

OneNote app for Vision Pro has the most features we already have on the OneNote app for iPad. Users can create, edit, and delete notes. They can plan trips and keep track of their notes or task lists in spatial reality. Some features like Copilot and two-factor authentication are not available. However, these features will be coming soon.

To install Microsoft OneNote on Apple Vision Pro, go to the App Store and search for Microsoft OneNote. Enter your Apple ID password to start downloading. Once the app is installed, launch it. You will have to sign in with your Microsoft account.

Microsoft already has Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Teams apps for Vision OS. The company is hopeful that the platform will surely be popular among consumers in the coming years.

Apple’s Vision Pro costs $3,499, so most people cannot afford it. But Apple has already shipped over 200,000 pre-orders and several people actually bought it to boast on social media.

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