Microsoft OneNote Hits iOS Devices


By SpiderGuest

General
20 January 2011

Microsoft has released their mobile version of Microsoft Office’s OneNote app for iOS.

The purpose of the iOS OneNote app allows users to keep notes of thoughts, ideas and pretty much anything important, as well as a to-do-list. The app is compatible with all iOS platform devices running v4.2 or later.

Microsoft said “the notes made on OneNote are automatically synced to user’s SkyDrive account for universal access”.

According to sources, around 78-million PC’s are already have OneNote installed, so it would certainly make sense for Apple to develop a multi-platform version of their One Note application.

In one of Microsoft’s Blog, they wrote “While the OneNote Mobile app naturally doesn’t have all of the functionality of the full OneNote 2010 desktop application for your computer, it’s optimized for your iPhone’s display and lets you handle the basics with ease.”

As a user of OneNote myself, I find it a useful tool for syncing information from my Windows Phone 7 to a PC as it’s done instantaneously with SkyDrive and I would recommend it to anyone.

If you want to know more about OneNote and getting it all setup, give us a tweet @SpiderGroupUK and we will happily assist.

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