Microsoft has released its official OneNote application for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, quashing any rumours there’s any love lost between the software giant and its Cupertino counterpart.
OneNote, in case you’ve never heard of or used it before, is essentially a note-taking application with integration to Microsoft’s Windows Live service for cloud storage between multiple devices.
Users are able to create notes with text, images, bullets and checkboxes to jot down anything from To Do lists to grandma’s special recipes.
They can also organise notes into sections and access any notes they have created using OneNote 2010 or the OneNote web app.
While it’s pretty basic compared to the likes of Evernote, it is a good looking app and easy to use. Better yet, it’s free to download right now from the App Store.
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