OneNote will see how security increases with the arrival of passwords in the Android version

                                     

If we talk about productivity in motion one of the indispensable applications in this sense is OneNote, the Microsoft app to keep our agenda and our daily chores up to date thanks to the synchronization with all our

An application that is also cross-platform, since we find versions of OneNote for both Windows, as on iOS and also for . And it is the version destined for the operating system of that will present new features through the update that we can find in the Google Play Store.

Some news that are also , because improve the of the data we store in the application thanks to the possibility now have users to use passwords when storing notes in OneNote for Android .

This is an improvement that will come from user suggestions that demanded an additional security in an application that is susceptible to serve as a virtual store for all types of keys and passwords. It is to avoid that these may fall into the wrong hands .

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These passwords can be set by means of traditional passwords but also by associating the generated passwords with the fingerprint register that we have in the terminal, a form of access more and more habitual in mobile devices and that could soon be overtaken.

For now this feature is available in the OneNote version available within the Insider Program, although is expected to soon be extended to the general application version that can be found in the Google Play Store .

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