Microsoft OneNote Mobile app is now available for the iPhone. Microsoft and Apple’s relationship has been very hot and cold. While they compete fiercely in certain segments, Microsoft also develops and releases software and apps for the Apple OS platforms.
This time the Microsoft Office team have released the OneNote app for iPhone.
The desktop version of Microsoft OneNote lets users to record the text and is information tool, while the iPhone version of Microsoft OneNote has relatively simple functions. Here, a user can enter text, pictures and create their own Check List and so on. The big highlight feature of Microsoft OneNote for iPhone is the facility of automatic synchronization to SkyDrive.
In general, OneNote has the a feature of supporting the classification, but the iPhone app of OneNote lacks this feature. The app runs on all iOS devices though it’s not optimized for the iPad’s large screen viewing.
OneNote Mobile works on an iPhone or iPod touch with iOS 4.2 or above. The OneNote Web App also requires an appropriate device, Internet connection, supported Windows Internet Explorer, Safari, or Firefox browser and a free Windows Live ID.
Microsoft OneNote for iPhone’s official description of which states that it is being offered “Free” for a limited time.
The user can grab the free download by following this link.