Originally Posted by WillysJeepMan
What does this do that dozens of notebook apps for other operating systems don't? Is it simply because it is specifically for Windows 8?
For the most part, it is stuff that people won't notice. Code style, data structure, etc. Where most notebook apps like Windows Journal or Xournal are 2d, Austin is fully 3d, to better mimic paper grain and ink bleed. All of it adds up to a smoother, better looking experience. If it wasn't Windows 8 only, i would really be interested.