One of the more exciting things to do with the iPad is to write on the screen, and get programs like OneNote to recognize the input. On Monday, Microsoft announced a partnership with FiftyThree to support Penvil and Paper on the iPad.
Both the iPad and Windows 10 customers should enjoy the new OneNote deal signed by Microsoft. With the iPad though, the Pencil by FiftyThrees stylus has been very successful, and now OneNote will be able to recognize the input with ease.
Apple Pencil and Ink Shape Recognition First
First, Microsoft announced that the new OneNote will offer support for the Apple Pencil stylus, and this will be highlighted with the iPad Pro. This will be a popular feature for business users looking to take notes on the new Apple device.
OneNote for the iPad, iPad Pro, and Windows 10 apps will also be getting hand-drawn shapes into perfect looking shapes while inking. It will recognize over a dozen shapes, and help users get ink shapes done easier and more efficiently.
Surface Pen & Tip Support plus FiftyThree Support
Microsoft also announced that the new Surface Pen will also have newly enabled features and recognition with the launch of the pens soon. Users can click once, open a blank page of OneNote, and then jot down messages and convert them.
As noted, the newly added support and partnership with FifyThree should give users better iPad integration with the iPad, iPad Pro and others. This is a new partnership, but should give FiftyThree fans and stylus fans new fun ahead.
OneNote continues to shine and get better. These new updates should give users more reasons to use it daily.