Late last year, Microsoft launched OneNote Mobile for the iPad. Today, Android users are finally getting a chance to try OneNote Mobile for themselves on their Android devices.
OneNote Mobile for Android is now available to download from the Android Market. Users can use the application for free for up to 500 notes and can pay a one-time fee of $4.99 for unlimited use. If a user chooses not to pay for the unlimited version, notes will no longer be able to be edited or created on his or her mobile device after 500 notes have been made.
The application is part of the Microsoft Office suite that allows for easy note taking and access on-the-go. With a Microsoft SkyDrive account, users can easily sync all of their OneNote notebooks from their computers onto their mobile device.
Other features on OneNote Mobile for Android include text formatting, to-do lists with clickable checkboxes, quick photo capture, quick access to recent notes, offline access to notes, and an option to sync notebooks over a Wi-Fi connection.
Although iPad users have had their own version of OneNote for months now, however, it has reveived some negative feedback. Maybe this time, Microsoft gets it right. Read more about our review on the iPad version of OneNote.