OneNote is one of the oldest note-taking apps still around around, but that isn’t stopping Microsoft from considering an alternative. Today the company is releasing Plumbago – latin for Graphite, and pronounced Plum-bay-go – aimed specifically at Windows 10 tablet and stylus users. It’s an all together different approach to OneNote, and in some senses is actually more akin to Paper by FiftyThree. The emphasis is all on handwriting on touch-friendly devices – like Microsoft’s own Surface line – and the app includes some clever technology to make your digital notes more like writing with pen and paper, while adding some modern…

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