Here’s a good news for all Microsoft fans who use Apple iOS devices and want some good office productivity suite for their device. The wait is now over as Microsoft delivered Office OneNote application for iPad that takes full advantage of the device’s resolution and screen space. Microsoft OneNote for iPad and iPhone is a note-taking app for capturing all of your ideas and to-dos on the go.
Most of the iOS device owners uses Evernote to fulfill their need of personal electronic organizer. Microsoft OneNote app has almost all of Evernote features and some new ones. Here is a list of these features:
- You can create searchable notes with text, pictures and bullets.
- Make and manage to-do lists with check boxes.
- Synchronize notes with free Microsoft SkyDrive online storage to access, edit and manage them from virtually anywhere, from your PC or almost any web browser.
- Tabbed user interface and table rendering
- Access your notes online at www.skydrive.com anytime.
You have to register for a free SkyDrive account (if you haven’t one) to use this app. SkyDrive is a cloud storage service by Microsoft.
With free version of OneNote user can create, access and edit up to 500 notes. When you reach to this limit you can still view, delete and synchronize these notes. To edit and create new notes you have to upgrade OneNote license with one time fee of $4.99 for iPhone and $14.99 for iPad.
So if you’re a die-hard Microsoft fan, or just looking to see what else is out there besides Evernote, check out OneNote and let us know what you think in the comments section.