Microsoft has just released OneNote Mobile Android Version. OneNote is Microsoft’s note taking application which they have released for different platforms. It comes with Microsoft Office 2007/10 pack for free and the mobile version is available for Windows Phone, iPhone, iPad, and now Android. Android is one of the very popular mobile platform. So the release of OneNote Mobile for Android will be a good news for those who owned an Android device.
I’ve installed OneNote on my Windows PC along with Office 2007 pack. But just like many others I haven’t opened OneNote on my PC for moths. I forget that such an application is installed on my PC. Later I began to use it for taking screenshots for my blog and not for taking notes. Slowly I began to know the power of OneNote. Now I use it for many purposes. Other than taking screenshot, now I use it for note taking and very rarely to extract or copy text from images.
OneNote Mobile Android Version is now live in the Android Market all over the world. It is free for download, but with the free version of OneNote Mobile Android version, you can * only access, create and edit up to 500 notes.
Download this must have Android app today and take notes covering all of your ideas and to-dos on the go. With a free Microsoft SkyDrive account, you can easily sync all of your OneNote notebooks so they’re always up-to-date and accessible from your mobile device, your Web browser, or your computer. Other great features of OneNote Mobile is the offline access to notes, built in spell checker, external hyperlink support etc.
* If you crossed the limit of 500 notes you can upgrade your OneNote app for unlimited use with a one time payment of US $4.99.
Those who wish can now download OneNote Mobile Android version from the Android Market for free.
Via : Office blog