Microsoft Releases OneNote for iPhone, Free for a Limited Time

Posted by at 11:49 am on January 18, 2011

Microsoft has released its first full productivity app for the iPhone with the launch of OneNote for iOS. The previously Office-only notebook organizer app comes with many and in some cases even more features than the Windows Phone 7 version. The iPhone app can not only produce notes but attach links and photos. Checklists and To Do lists are automatically formatted to let users mark items done on the spot.

Like other versions, it will sync with a free SkyDrive web account to keep updates current. Notes created in OneNote on another platform, including on the web, will open properly on the iPhone and can sync back without losing their formatting. Custom section colors do require making changes in the Windows app.

The app is currently available only in the US but is available for free for a “limited time.” Microsoft didn’t discuss international releases or how much it would cost as a paid app. A version for the iPad is unknow at the time of the posting..

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