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Unless the front of your phone still has a big rotary dial with holes in it, by now you've probably heard about our exciting OneNote Mobile for iPhone news last week.
Many of you acknowledged that Microsoft's decision to bring its first Office program to another mobile platform is a pretty big deal, even if the iPhone may not be your preferred smartphone. The buzz around the release was amazing, especially when considering that OneNote is the youngest member of the Office family and that it's usually only the big dogs — Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint — that get this kind of attention.
I really enjoyed reading many of your Facebook and Twitter posts about the release. "OMG!!! Who's running Microsoft? OneNote on my iPhone? Unbelievably awesome!" read one Twitter post. "OneNote for iPhone? And it's awesome? Hand me that snowball, Satan!" read another. That one made me laugh. The comment that I liked the best (and which I personally completely agree with) was, "I think OneNote is one of [Microsoft's] best and most underrated apps."
A sincere thanks to everyone out there who participated in the launch in some way — by downloading the app and trying it out, by posting a comment here on the OneNote Blog, by retweeting our announcement and sharing the news on Facebook, by patiently troubleshooting and leaving feedback on the Microsoft Answers forum when some of you encountered a temporary login issue during the initial download blitz, by indicating your strong interest in other smartphone platforms and international versions in which you want to see OneNote Mobile released, and by giving us your detailed and thoughtful suggestions for some of the features you'd love to see added or improved in upcoming version updates.
To help you discover some of the app's capabilities that may not be evident at first glance, we've put together a free user's guide for the OneNote Mobile for iPhone app.
Download:Microsoft OneNote Mobile for iPhone User's GuidePDF format, approx. 1.43 MB (requires Adobe Reader)
If you want to help spread the word about this free guide to other OneNote Mobile for iPhone users, click the Retweet button near the end of this blog post. If the guide is updated in the future, we'll update the download link on this page.
Click the image to view episode 89 of “Ping” for a full report about OneNote Mobile (starts at 5:30).
If you haven't seen it, check out this new video of OneNote Program Manager Daniel Escapa talking about OneNote Mobile in this latest episode of Channel 9's hit show "Ping." Skip to about 5:30 into the video to see Daniel talk about the OneNote Mobile apps for Windows Phone 7 and the iPhone. My favorite part is when Ping co-host Paul Mestemaker quizzes Dan about keyboard shortcuts. ;)
Thanks again for a great app launch. Please keep the great feedback coming and check back soon to see what's new.
-- Michael C. Oldenburg
Anybody know when this excellent product will be available outside US, like in Australia?
@PeterGj: We don't have any news about international availability yet, but have been swamped with requests for those versions. If we have good news to share on that front in the future, we'll be sure to let you know here on our blog. Thanks for stopping by and for leaving a comment!
I've been having some sync issues that I didn't see addressed in the User Guide. I have OneNote on my work computer, the iPhone app, and I use the web app from my Mac (though I would LOVE to see a fully functional app for Mac). However, I've noticed that when I rename Pages or Notes in the PC app, then sync to get the iPhone app up to date, everything defaults to whatever is on the iPhone app. Since I haven't figured out how to rename notes and pages in the iPhone app, it can get really frustrating. Any ideas?
Awesome App. It will be a killer if I get the iPad optimized version. LOVE the online notebooks on office.live.com, the sync, and the available of my data anywhere. Can I say pretty please for iPad optimized :) :) :)?
I downloaded the OneNote app for my iphone, then spent half an hour trying to retrieve my windows password. I'm still not sure what this thing does. I clicked to this page, to see "Unless the front of your phone still has a big rotary dial with holes in it, by now you've probably heard about our exciting OneNote Mobile for iPhone news last week."
WTF? Do you have any idea how marginal Microsoft is? I can't imagine anyone so out of touch producing anything of worth. I'm taking this junk off my phone now. You MS guys are living in the 90s.
Why is it that Microsoft is sending out invitations to get OneNote on iPhone to countries where it is not available? You'd think Office would be smart enough to put 2+2 together and not send to people whose registered address is not in the US?
OneNote Mobile is now available on the iPhone.
It’s official – the OneNote iPhone app is here, so you can say goodbye to scribbled notes and crumpled papers. Whether you use an iPhone, Windows Phone 7, or Office Web Apps, OneNote is the perfect way to capture ideas and stay on top of your notes, no matter where the inspiration may strike.
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Isn't it great? Well no actually. Only available to USA as usual. In the UK, not permitted. Lucky we fight wars alongside you, but heavens forbid allow an app to be in two countries at once.
Come on guys, we don't live in caves you know (some may do). Let's see a release in the UK and Europe soon. Like NOW!!
The Onenote iOS app looks great, from what I see in the manual. It seems like one of the best and nicest apps I have seen yet!
Can we hope for an Android version (in Europe)? If so I'd happily set aside competing programs and wait for it.
iPad version? I think would be a bit more productive to use than an iPhone version! I used the x2, but just doesnt look that good.
It doesn't speak very well about Microsoft Office when several countries, like all European countries are not allowed to use the app. We pay for Office 2010 as USA users, why on earth are we prevented to use it? It almost doesn't cost you anything to open it to other countries; this totally incomprehensible neglection it isn't creating "the most favorable" attitude towards your own attitude in this other part of the world...
OneNote Mobile for iPhone was released to five additional markets outside of the United States today. Please see http://bit.ly/oMtxUU for more information!