gGadget > OneNote for Android Officially Released
Android users can now download OneNote from the Android market app store. OneNote, Microsoft Office’s popular note-taking software, was previously only available for Windows and Apple devices. The software’s entry into the Android sphere is good news for Android users who have been patiently waiting to take notes, create photo albums, write to-do lists, make itineraries, and share snippets of information with other users on OneNote.
The OneNote app for Android works with Microsoft SkyDrive, a free cloud storage service. You can store all of your OneNote creations on SkyDrive, and you can access them from any other device that has OneNote installed on it. You can also use SkyDrive to sync up all of your OneNote accounts. So, you can access your notes from an important business meeting and the recipe for your Grandma’s carrot cake on your computer, phone, and tablet.
If you’re an Android user, you can download and use Microsoft OneNote for free, but you can only take 500 notes with the free version. Once you take 500 notes, you can pay $4.99 to upgrade to the unlimited version of OneNote, which allows you to take as many notes as your heart desires.
Official Release Date: February 7, 2012