Microsoft first released OneNote Mobile this past January. OneNote Mobile, designed for the Apple iOS, Microsoft allows the user to create text-based notes, embed pictures, create lists and other rich notes and sync them to your Web App at office.live.com and OneNote 2010 for Windows. New features also include a easier sign-up process for new accounts, the ability to e-mail notes directly from the app and a richer, easier and over-all snappier user interface.
With a handful of crucial improvements, Microsoft OneNote Mobile 1.1 has been updated, and its still FREE!
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