Microsoft OneNote to the iPhone

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Yesterday Microsoft released a version of its OneNote note-taking application for the iPhone. The program will be free for a limited time, Microsoft said, adding that notes taken on the iPhone will automatically be synchronized and backed up to the Web using Microsoft’s Windows Live SkyDrive.

While Microsoft would hope to one day dominate the iPhone, for now, OneNote is the first intro to the Office suite

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