OneNote is one of the few Microsoft apps that Mac users seem to have actually been pining for. Like aging pro wrestlers, Excel, Powerpoint and Word have become bloated, slow and boorish over the years, and have been forgotten for more nimble Mac-friendly options like Keynote and Numbers. OneNote, on the other hand, is fairly unique and remains extremely useful and hugely popular — so it was no small thing today when it finally popped up at the Mac App Store (an iOS version has been around for a while).
Apparent, the company behind Doxie scanners, lost no time in partnering up with Microsoft to make their software OneNote compatible — the Doxie desktop software already contains a one-click button that sends any scanned document straight to OneNote.
The Doxie scanner software already has identical ‘send-to’ options for other web-based services like Dropbox, Google Drive — and Evernote, a OneNote rival. Options are almost always a god thing though, and probably has all three parties involved — Microsoft, Apparent and Mac users — smiling.
The required Mac software upgrade can be found here.