Microsoft launches Whiteboard for iOS

Microsoft launches Whiteboard for iOS
Microsoft confirmed two months ago that it will bring its Whiteboard app to iOS users, after running a beta test for some months. For those interested, Microsoft also announced the commercial preview of the Whiteboard app on the web.

Whiteboard lets users write or draw, while automatically recognizing and transforming shapes and tables as they draw. It also allows teams to edit and comment directly on the canvas in real time, while on the go.

Also, the app automatically saves boards to the cloud after every change, so users can pick up right where they left off. Keep in mind that you'll need a Microsoft Account or Office 365 to use Whiteboard at its full potential.

The final version of Whiteboard for iOS is now available for download via App Store. It requires iOS 9.0 or later and it's completely free.


1 Comment

1. Vokilam

Posts: 1181; Member since: Mar 15, 2018

Looks like you need to sign into this app - automatic deletion. I hate making new accounts to keep track of. There are plenty of note apps that do the same thing - no account needed. I don’t mind paying if I have to - but don’t make me track another account just for taking notes.

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