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Rating: 3.4 (5,586) Cost: Free Downloads: 1,000,000 - 5,000,000
Microsoft OneNote Mobile for Android is a note-taking app for capturing all of your ideas and to-dos on the go, brought to you by Microsoft Office.
Create notes with text, pictures, and bullets. Make and manage to-do lists with checkboxes. Then keep your notes in sync using free Microsoft SkyDrive® online storage to access, edit and manage them from virtually anywhere, from your PC or almost any web browser. Access your notes online at www.skydrive.com.
**** With the free version of OneNote Mobile for Android you can access, create and edit up to 500 notes. Once you reach this limit you can still view, delete, and sync your notes. To continue taking and editing notes, you can upgrade OneNote Mobile for Android to unlimited use through an in-app purchase.****
▪ Must have Android 2.3 or higher.
▪ A free Windows Live ID is required to use OneNote Mobile for Android - use an existing ID or let OneNote help you sign up.
▪ Web functionality uses the free OneNote Web App available on SkyDrive, which requires a supported web browser.
▪ OneNote Mobile for Android opens notebooks created in Microsoft OneNote 2010 or the OneNote Web App.
Jon - 1969-12-31
So glad to finally get OneNote on my phone. Install went fine and it seems to be working perfectly (DROID Razr). First sync is slow - probably depending on how many notes you have - but it's very quick to update after that.
John - 1969-12-31
Like so many commentators here, I have a severe OneNote dependency. I've been eagerly awaiting this guy, and I'm glad for what's here. Just to have my notebooks on the ICS Xoom is nice. Adding notes pages is nice. Nicer still would be having that new page appear in the active notebook instead of defaulting immovably to Personal un-filed oblivion. The capability to open attachments, edit section titles, perform basic formatting, search, use tables' insert pictures into the active page and so forth are painfully absent. Direct workstation sync by USB, Wifi or Bluetooth would be, well, nice, too. Looking forward to more mature releases. BTW, no crash or hang problems.
nkessler2000 - 1969-12-31
Thanks, MS for finally releasing this. Nice to have all my notes in one program and one service. Desktop OneNote beats the living daylights out of Evernote but this Android app needs some work. 3 stars not bad for a first effort.
Beth - 1969-12-31
I am THRILLED that you FINALLY made this app available to Android users. I have used OneNote for years and love it. Other apps state they work with existing notebooks but they are not very easy to use.
pipblair - 1969-12-31
Just tried this for the first time, created a text document and a photo file.. Both saved and synced immediately to my skydrive. At last an Android app that actually seems to do what it says on the tin.
WebAsh - 1969-12-31
Amazing application with the feature set I expect of a polished well-built Microsoft delivery. Great work team. Can now manage my notes on the go! Next up..SharePoint integration...? :P
Stuart Bruce - 1969-12-31
... on the desktop. OneNote on the PC is brilliant and a 110% superior to EverNote, which looks like a peashooter compared to a OneNote missile launcher. The mobile app is OK, but definitely needs improvement. Syncing via SkyDrive is perfect and means I get my mobile notes in OneNote, rather than the terrible EverNote. In order of importance improvements it needs 1) Share to integration 2) Audio recording 3) Handwriting/drawing/stylus support 4) Tablet optimisation 5) Password protected notes
Aaron - 1969-12-31
This is a great start.Not particularly full of features yet, but works solidly. Syncs well, looks well. Excited for future updates. 4 stars due to the lack of some simple options (such as moving an unfiled note into a notebook).
Dan the Man - 1969-12-31
I've used the PC client pretty much daily throughout my college career and have been waiting for it on Android for a long time, but Microsoft can really do better before I shell out for this. Evernote's Android app is much better for quick notes on the go. This app has no widget, no voice notes, doesn't display ink notes taken on my PC, and sync is poorly executed. I'll wait a while to see if new features show up.
Jonathan - 1969-12-31
Micro still has sign on/in issues. No method if direct feedback or support, default buttons are not as intuitive as Mango systems, different teams? Limit of 500 notes; Come on, storage is free. MS failing to adapt to this platforms demeanor will mean its demise, give it up MS, we know ur bttr than that.
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