The new Universal Windows Office Lens app comes to Windows 10 and adds support for Office 365.
Now you can skip the scanner and use Office Lens for Windows 10 tablet, PC, phone, or even HoloLens to capture and save content.
New to Office Lens, “the app makes it simple to automatically scan crop and re-use your content in OneNote, Word or PowerPoint.” “Once a content is captured and saved to OneDrive, it becomes searchable from on a Windows PC through Optical Character Recognition, so you’ll never misplace a key idea. “
Additionally, you can now securely save your scans to your “work or school Office 365” accounts. “Just sign in to Office Lens using your company, organization or school email address,” Microsoft said, “and capture to your heart’s content. Your scans will benefit from the easy sharing and security afforded by Office 365.”
Office 365 and OneDrive for Business support for Windows, Android and iOS:
In other news, for the first time since the SwiftKey keyboard was launched six years ago, now powered by neural networks, an updated smartphone keyboard debuts on SwiftKey.
This delivers more accurate, time-saving and useful next-word predictions.
“The language engine has been rebuilt from the ground up using the power of neural network technology – the first instance of neural networks being used locally on a smartphone,” note swiftkey.
Interested you can download on Google Play Store.
Of lates, Microsoft has been teasing the ability to video call in Skype and SMS from the same app coming to Windows 10 Mobile. Today, a new update to the Skype Preview UWP app for Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring with the SMS capabilities is released.
To set it up, lauch the Skype Preview app on your Mobile, go in to the settings, and the SMS section. Now, set Skype as your default SMS app, and set it up accordingly.
The PC version also has SMS settings for syncing your conversations.
The new release version at 11.8.180 introduces some user interface changes across along with the ability to use Skype UWP as the default messaging app on Windows 10 Mobile.
Among other highlights, the app also now allows switching between Skype contacts and device contacts. Lastly, it’s even possible to hide conversations.
You can update the app to 11.8.180, or download it through the Windows Store HERE.