After a month of testing Windows 10 Fast Ring Insiders, Sticky Notes 3.7 is officially being released to all users running the Windows 10 update of April 2018 or later.
Perhaps the most important feature that comes with version 3.7 is Ink Analysis: a function that allows the software to recognize text within handwritten notes. The function was not previously available due to unforeseen errors, however, now that the problems have been fixed, it is once again available for users to try. Insights has also received corrections and other improvements, including remembering ideas in sessions and offline.
Hello fans! 3.7 is reaching everyone! Press that update button to get ink analysis, improved information, fun selection colors and, as always, some new bug fixes. Https://t.co/L3pMCJ2WDV pic.twitter.com/i575cZc0WH
– Sticky Notes (@stickynotes) August 7, 2019
In addition to the feature enhancements just listed , the application also includes aesthetic improvements. In dark mode, the highlighted text now matches the color assigned to the note, unlike the Windows color chosen by the user.
If you are not yet familiar with the Adhesive Notes, it is free in the Microsoft Store for Windows 10. In addition to supporting the Microsoft desktop operating system, the application is available on the web, as well as on Android and iOS through of the OneNote application.
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Developer: Microsoft Corporation
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