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Microsoft Brings OneNote Note-Taking App to Android

by Killian Bell | February 8, 2012February 8, 2012 3:00 am PST

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Having already brought OneNote to iOS last January, breaking its exclusivity to Windows Phone, Microsoft has now launched its popular note-taking applications on Android. The company announced its availability in the Android Market in a blog post on Tuesday:

For all of you who’ve been asking (and patiently waiting) for a version of OneNote for your Android phones, we have great news: OneNote Mobile for Android is now available! Download it from the Android Market app store today!

Mobile versions of OneNote are currently available on Windows Phone, iPhone, iPad, and now Android. No matter which platform you prefer, OneNote Mobile lets you easily capture and access all of your notes and ideas on the go.

OneNote is completely free to download, and free to use for up to 500 notes — without restrictions. You can view, sync (as much as you like), and delete the notes you create without paying a penny. If you find that you need more than 500 notes, however, you can upgrade for a one-time fee of $4.99 for unlimited use.

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Like Microsoft’s existing OneNote mobile apps, the Android release enables you to take the notes you create on your PC — or any other device running OneNote — with you wherever you go, allowing you to view and edit them anytime, anywhere. You can create new notes with text, pictures, and bulleted lists; or create to-do lists with checkboxes.

OneNote for Android requires Android 2.3 or higher, and you must have a Windows Live ID to login.

Have you tried OneNote for Android yet?

[via The Next Web]


Killian Bell

Killian Bell is a 20-something technology journalist based in a tiny town in England. He has an obsession with that little company in Cupertino...

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