After being available on iOS and Windows Phone devices for quite some time, Microsoft’s OneNote Mobile app is now available on Android devices. In case you’re unsure of what OneNote is, it’s like Microsoft’s own version of Evernote – an app that lets you capture and access all your notes and ideas on the go. Everything you save on OneNote is uploaded to your SkyDrive account which lets you sync it across all the devices you access OneNote from i.e. your desktop, tablet or other smartphones.
OneNote Mobile for Android features text formatting, images, bulleted lists, to-do lists, quick photo capture, quick access to recent notes, store and access multiple OneNote notebooks, free syncing to SkyDrive, offline access for your notes, option to sync only over WiFi, built-in spell checker, support for external hyperlinks and table editing.
OneNote Mobile for Android is free to download and use for up to 500 notes. After that you’ll need to upgrade it for $4.99 for unlimited use. Check it out on the Android Market.
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