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Since I began looking at Microsoft Office 2010 Beta feedback last year, the one question so many of you asked perhaps more than any other was "When will you release a OneNote app for the iPhone?" I'm happy to say that the time has come. OneNote Mobile for iPhone is now available on the iTunes App Store. It works on any iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 4.2 or later, and it's free for a limited time.
With OneNote Mobile, you can create and view notes and lists right on your iPhone. Create shopping lists and to-do lists, prepare for a trip or project, and take class or meeting notes without lugging around your laptop. OneNote Mobile for iPhone is also great for collecting ideas and tracking project notes, capturing ad hoc information about stuff you need to deal with at home or at work, as well as tracking activities, wish lists, gift lists — anything you can think of!
Read my full blog post for information about where to download the app, how to get started with the basics, view screenshots of sample notebooks and pages, and learn how to leave feedback and get technical support.
You asked, we listened. Today marks the exciting debut of OneNote Mobile for Android in over 20 international markets. With this release, OneNote Mobile is available across a variety of platforms, all of which let you effortlessly collect, find, use, and share your notes and ideas on the go.
Read the full blog post to download OneNote Mobile to your Android phone and to get a first look at the app!
If you've been using OneNote on your iPhone for a while, you already know how useful it is for keeping tabs on all of your busy life's tasks, commitments, ideas, and decisions.
Today, just in time for the holidays, we’re releasing OneNote 1.3 for iOS that further expands on the full OneNote experience with brand-new mobile features — including a version that's tailored for the iPad. Today also marks the app's worldwide debut in over 50 new markets.
Read the full blog post for a first look at the new version!
Today marks the release of the much anticipated OneNote Web App, which extends the functionality of Microsoft OneNote 2010 to literally everywhere. Everyone on the OneNote team is very excited to show off what we've been working on so hard for the past several months.
Like its Word, Excel, and PowerPoint counterparts, the OneNote Web App extends your Microsoft Office 2010 experience to the Web browser, where you can work with your notes, files, and documents in a central location that you can access from anywhere. You can use the OneNote Web App with a free Windows Live (a.k.a. SkyDrive) account or on a SharePoint 2010 site in your organization.
The OneNote Web App works in some of the most widely used Web browsers...
Available now, OneNote Mobile on the iPhone gets even better: The new version not only adds cool new features like notebook searching, more notebook customization options, and the ability to sync shared notebooks, but the app also becomes available in Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand today!
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Most of the "Download a trial" links and banners on our site will take you to trial versions of the full Microsoft Office 2010 editions. While all of these suites contain Microsoft OneNote 2010, you may prefer to evaluate OneNote 2010 as a standalone program — in English or in another language.
Read the full blog post to find out where you can get the standalone trial versions for the Office 2010 programs you want.
Oh look, fall is here again! Which means that it's time to head back to school.
For Senior Microsoft Product Manager Ayça Yüksel, the words "back to school" conjure up visions of late-night exam preps, illegible handwriting on classroom blackboards, not to mention bad cafeteria food. Sound familiar?
Back when Ayça was in school, there was no OneNote. But that hasn't stopped her from compiling a list of her five favorite "Wish I'd had that back then!" features in Microsoft OneNote 2010. Read the full blog post to see how her favorite features compare to your own.
Today, we're releasing an update to the OneNote app in the Windows Store. It introduces a couple of brand new features and offers a few fixes. Many of you wanted better pen customization while drawing and handwriting, as well as the ability to quickly flip between customized pens. Now you can do both with the updated app. Read on to learn more and download the update.
Many of our users expressed the need to be able to draw on the touch devices that do not ship with a pen. With this update to OneNote for Windows Store, now you can draw with your finger! Read on to learn how and to download the update.