Microsoft OneNote Mobile Finally Comes to Android

Microsoft OneNote Mobile Finally Comes to Android

The Redmond have taken it calmly when carrying the mobile version of its application for creating and organizing notes with a certain calm. After a stint in Windows Phone and IOS, it’s the turn of  Microsoft OneNote Mobile for Android , being chosen this week for a pitch that has gone largely unnoticed.

Microsoft OneNote Mobile Finally Comes to Android -Block Diagram

Thus, since there are three mobile platforms where sharing through online sync all the material stored in the application, in addition to the desktop version for PC.

Android allows OneNote to create text notes and images , and they can be added from our own gallery or directly from the smartphone’s own camera.

The application also supports the traditional lists accompanied by the usual check boxes, and to add formatted text and hyperlinks .

Although notes can be synchronized with Windows Live SkyDrive , the notes stored on the device itself will always be accessible in offline mode, using the storage system in “the cloud” as a backup system and exchange information.

As is already the case with versions for other platforms, OneNote Mobile for Android allows thecreation of up to 500 notes for free and can eliminate the restriction on payment of $ 4.99 (3.75 euros) from the program.

OneNote Mobile for Android is available for download from the Android Market for Android 2.3 devices with Gingerbread .

More Info : OneNote Blog 


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