Microsoft OneNote App Hits the Android Market

Previously released for Windows Phone and iPhone, Microsoft OneNote has just been released to the Android Market. For those who are not aware, OneNote is a note-taking app that lets you capture all your ideas and to-dos while on the move. And yes, it’s from Microsoft and fully supports Microsoft’s SkyDrive cloud service. OneNote Mobile Android app also lets you create notes with texts, pictures and bullets. It also lets you make and manage to-do-lists with checkboxes, keep your notes in sync with your OneNote files on your desktop via the Microsoft SkyDrive. This means that you can access, create and edit your notes using any supported devices, whether mobile phone or your computer. For the mobile app though, you are limited to 500 notes only. But then, those are enough for note-taking, right? But if in case you’ve reached the limit, you will still be able to view, delete and sync your note. To have the full features again, you need to upgrade your OneNote Mobile for Android app to have unlimited usage for a fee via the in-app purchase. OneNote Mobile for Android is available now as a free download from the Android Market.

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