The rather pricey Windows 10 note-taking app, Nebo, which usually retails for around $8.99, is currently being given away for free until the end of the month. The app is similar to Microsoft’s OneNote app wherein it lets the user create notes by keyboard or stylus, convert content into digital files, organize notes in folders, and is optimised for the Windows 10 operating system.
Here’s the official app description: Nebo is the best way to take notes. Handwrite, draw, edit and format your notes quickly. Instantly convert and transport them as digital documents. Designed for Windows 10 with active pen and validated with Microsoft Surface Pro and Book with Surface Pen. Structure your notes using titles, paragraphs, and bullet lists. Add interactive diagrams, editable equations, freeform sketches, and annotate pictures. Finally convert your captured ink to digital typeset document on demand. Nebo documents can be viewed on any device using practically any Internet browser and opened directly in your email client or Microsoft Word. Powered by MyScript Interactive Ink – Work better with your active pen!
It may be difficult to compete with Microsoft’s free OneNote app but since this is also free for the time being, users may as well give it a shot, especially if they’re looking for something with a different design sensibility in their apps than Microsoft’s.
Have you downloaded Nebo on your Windows 10 device yet? Let us know what you think of it so far in the comments below.
With greeting of Winbeta.org