Welcome to crazy town. Microsoft today released its first version of OneNote for Android Wear Watches. This means you can speak into your wrist like Dick Tracey and capture ideas and information in all-new ways.
I'm in Las Vegas this week and I oddly enough did bring my Android Wear watch with me so I'll be checking out how this works soon. For now, however, here's the word from Microsoft.
OneNote for Android Wear is free. And will be available any time now in the Google Play Store. You will need this app installed on your Android Wear watch, of course. And you want OneNote on your phone too, obviously.
OK, Google. Say "OK, Google" to begin dictating a new note.
View your new note in OneNote on your Android handset. When you're done recording, you can tap the watch to view your note—and other notes—in OneNote for Android.