A group of Microsoft Visual C++ developers is working on a new Windows 8 note-taking application that will be called Austin.
The app provides dedicated features to add pages to a notebook, delete or move them with a single click. Additionally, you can add photos stored on the local disks on in the SkyDrive account, share notes and even use digital ink to write or draw content.
The new project is not supposed to compete with Microsoft’s OneNote software solution, but the team confirmed that the previously-canceled Courier concept was a source of inspiration for the app.
“Much of the inspiration and code for the Austin app draws from an earlier project code-named Courier,” the team said in a blog post.
The app will be soon available via the Windows Store, so no download link is available for the time being. More information however can be found in the long post
published by the developing team.