Yesterday Microsoft announced Office 2013, and with it came a new version of OneNote specifically for Windows 8. This is a Metro app that can be installed from the Windows Store for free. OneNote is one of the more popular Office applications. You can easily take notes and sync them across devices, and they’ve got a great Windows Phone app as well.
The app is called OneNote MX. The user interface is full optimized for touch input, and there is a cool little contextual menu button that looks like something from the Courier. Check out the video above for an in depth look at how OneNote MX operates. If you’ve got Windows 8 RP you can find it in the Windows Store for free.
(Sorry for the video quality. First time I attempted to record my computer screen. Any tips are welcomed.)