The Microsoft Office team has just released an updated version of the OneNote app for iOS to include iPad compatibility.
The new OneNote app for iOS brings a specifically designed experience for the iPad, offering easier navigation, table viewing and improved performance. The iPad edition also features a new interface that fully explores the large screen real estate of the iPad, according to Microsoft. The app is free for up to 500 notes, though after which it costs $14.99.
Microsoft also released a new Lync 2010 app for Windows Phone, a first of a suite of apps that is expected to include versions for the iPad, iPhone, as well as Android devices. The program allows users to start new IM conversations, check a contact’s online status and join audio conferences with a single tap.