Microsoft updates OneNote app with iPad support

Rue Liu - Dec 12, 2011, 4:33pm CST
Microsoft updates OneNote app with iPad support

Microsoft announced today that it is making its popular note-taking app, OneNote, available for the iPad. With this update to version 1.3, the OneNote app now features a new interface specifically designed to take advantage of the iPad’s larger screen.

The update brings several improvements that extend to the iPhone version of the app as well. Some of the new features include a tabbed user interface, quick note creation in the Unfiled Notes section, table rendering, localization into several new languages and markets, improved Windows Live sign-in experience, and the option to sync notebooks only over a Wi-Fi connection.

The OneNote app requires iOS 4.3 or later to work and also requires a Windows Live account to sync the notebooks with Microsoft’s SkyDrive cloud storage. The service is free up to 500 active notes with unlimited notes available for $5 on the iPhone and $15 on the iPad.

[via Microsoft Office Blog]


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4 Responses to Microsoft updates OneNote app with iPad support

  1. I was hoping that it will have the same flexibility as the desktop app. A big letdown. What made OneNote great is the free-form flexibility. 

    MagicalPad is a rising star that is fulfilling on that hope. You need to check it out, this what OneNote should have done.

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