Microsoft OneNote App now available on Android Market
There is a great news for Android users who has been looking for an app like Microsoft OneNote. Recently, Microsoft has released a version of OneNote for Android devices which you can download from the Android Market for free.
Until now Microsoft OneNote app was only available on Windows Phone, iPhone and iPad but now its has been made available internationaly for all Android devieces.
This apps enables you to capture your notes and to-dos which you can share with your friends, family, co-workers or classmates. And its even more useful if you have a free Microsoft SkyDrive account as you can easily sync all of your OneNote notes, so they are always up-to-date and accessible from your Android device.
Key Features of Microsoft OneNote App for Android
- * Notes with pictures, text and bulleted lists
- * Manage to-do lists with checkboxes
- * Sync to SkyDrive for easy access
- * Quick photo capture to create picture notes
- * Offline access to your notes
With free version of OneNote Mobile for Android you can create and edit up to 500 notes and once you reached this limit, you can upgrade to the unlimited version, with one time fee of US $4.99. However, if you do not wish to upgrade you can still view, sync, and delete your existing notes even after reaching the limit of 500 notes.
Download Microsoft OneNote app for Android now from Android market for free.
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