You can now find Microsoft OneNote as a native app on Apple Vision Pro

Sanjana Dhar
Sanjana Dhar April 18, 2024
Updated 2024/04/18 at 11:10 AM

Microsoft has introduced OneNote, a new native app for Apple Vision Pro– Apple’s latest mixed reality headset.

Microsoft has announced that OneNote will now be available on Apple Vision Pro as a native app. Through a blog post, Microsoft announced that the ones who use Apple headset will now be able to “make use of the infinite canvas of spatial computing” ,while using the app simultaneously, side-by-side along with other Office apps such as Word and Excel.

Features of Microsoft OneNote

Just like the iPad version of the app, Microsoft’s note app, Microsoft OneNote for Apple Vision Pro allows the users to take notes, create memos, make and maintain a digital notebook and more. You can also secure the notes written by you with a password, sync them to OneDrive and share them with your colleagues and friends, as well. Besides, the hands -free mode is supported by the app for convenience. If the user connects a keyboard and trackpad to the Vision Pro through Bluetooth, you can also use it with the mentioned devices.

How can you get Microsoft OneNote on your Apple Vision Pro?

You just need to head over to the App Store for getting the app on your Apple Vision Pro. On the app, search for Microsoft OneNote. Now, you need to tap on the ‘Get’ button. Once you have the app, open it and sign in with your Microsoft account. Most of the features of Microsoft OneNote have already found their way to visionOS. However, there are a few features like the one that allows users to insert items from camera and photos, Copilot and two-factor authentication which are ‘coming soon ‘.

Currently, OneNote for Apple Vision Pro supports work and personal accounts which are not managed by your company or organization. It is expected that OneNote for Apple Vision Pro will be of great help to the users.


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