MyScript Nebo Handwriting Recognition Transformer App Launched For iOS And Windows

If you have always loved the smart handwriting input features of Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 where you can transform handwritten text, diagrams, tables, shapes, mathematical formulas, from unintelligible notes created in a hurry to clean and clear notes tidied up by the software, then MyScript announced today that they have now launched a similar app called Nebo for iPads and Windows 10 tablets as well:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/p/nebo/9nblggh4nlb0

MyScript tells me that the app will be free for iOS and Windows 10 until September 1, but that the app will otherwise cost $8.99.

So as a free notetaking app this wins hands down for those who want to be able to manipulate handwritten notes, whether you have a digitizer or not, and format the notes with titles, bullet lists, change the colors, create diagrams, flowcharts, create clan shapes, or include annotated pictures in a document.

So if not even one of the included apps on your iPad Pro or Windows 10 tablet with included digitizer does the trick for you, the Nebo app could be good addition to your app collection.

MyScript Nebo – Taking notes made powerful for iPad Pro and Apple Pencil from Apple World Today on Vimeo.

Windows 10 handwriting app

Nebo Windows 10 handwriting app

Handwriting iPad app

Nebo handwriting iPad app

– Tom Bowen

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