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For all of you who've been asking (and patiently waiting) for a version of OneNote for your Android phones, we have great news: OneNote Mobile for Android is now available! Download it from the Android Market app store today!
Mobile versions of OneNote are currently available on Windows Phone, iPhone, iPad, and now Android. No matter which platform you prefer, OneNote Mobile lets you easily capture and access all of your notes and ideas on the go.
If you're already using OneNote on your PC, the mobile versions of OneNote let you take your notes with you — from simple lists and to-dos to full-fledged notebooks which you can share with your friends, family, co-workers, or classmates. With a free Microsoft SkyDrive account, you can easily sync all of your OneNote notebooks so they're always up-to-date and accessible from your mobile device, your Web browser, or your computer. (Learn how to move your notebooks to the cloud.)
OneNote Mobile for Android includes the following features:
Here are a few examples of the OneNote Mobile for Android app in action:
OneNote Mobile for Android is free to download and use for up to 500 notes. When you've reached this limit, you can upgrade the app for a one-time fee of US $4.99 for unlimited use.
If you choose not to upgrade to the unlimited version, you can still view, sync, and delete any of your existing notes even after you've reached the 500 notes limit. However, you will no longer be able to edit your notes or create new ones on your Android phone.
For unlimited use pricing outside of the United States, please visit the Android Market in your region (see below for a complete list of supported countries and markets).
OneNote Mobile for Android is now available in the following markets:
Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Korea, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
Note: It may take a bit of time before OneNote Mobile for Android appears in the Android Market app store in your region today. If you don’t see the app available for download right away, please check back in a little while!
If you require technical support for OneNote Mobile for Android or want to submit a feature request for the OneNote team, head on over to the OneNote forums on the Microsoft Answers website. Members of the OneNote product team regularly read and moderate these forums and it's the best way to get your questions answered.
Your feedback is very important to us. We want to continue to hear from you about how we can make the OneNote experience even better. Please consider posting a comment below to let us know how you like this first OneNote for Android release and what sort of features you'd like to see in the future.
Last but not least, please help us spread the news about this exciting new OneNote Mobile release with your fellow Android users by clicking the sharing options at the end of this post. Thank you!
-- Michael C. Oldenburg
This is wonderful news, kudo's to you Microsoft !
Out of all the Office applications OneNote is what I actually use the most. Its an invaluable tool to store whatever information you need to keep around and the way you guys managed to push it onto the web / cloud is just impressive.
My 2 cents: THIS is what you guys need to make Office better known and I'm sure it will have /more/ impact than those (IMO:) cheesey "live is great" commercials.
Because it shows Android users just how versatile an Office app can be. It also shows that your devotion towards Office goes beyond a possible dislike for a "competing environment" (meaning: you could just have said "ok, we have online Office apps and if those don't work get better browsers; maybe try porting IE9 *lolz* ?"). Instead to put in company resources to get this working. That is recommendable!
Thanks for everyone's feedback so far. It's great to see so much interest in our first Android release of OneNote. With regard to the app's availability in additional markets, on other devices, and for specific versions of Android, please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) post that the product team has just posted in the OneNote forums on the Microsoft Answers support site. You can read and bookmark it here: http://bit.ly/zfMYkP
The OneNote for Android FAQ will be continually updated with the newest information about the questions that are listed there. If your technical or support-related question is not yet addressed in the current version of the FAQ, please visit http://bit.ly/flyKNj and post your question in the OneNote forums. This is the best and fastest way to have your specific questions read and answered by members of the OneNote product team and by the OneNote user community.
Please keep your feedback coming and thanks to everyone for your interest in OneNote!
is there a timetable for interating sharepoint and group/shared notebooks?
This OneNote actually sucks!
How is this a good product when it has only a fraction of a fraction of the descktop OneNote (which is awesome)
This "mobile" version doen't have any links, has no tags, if the date is in a table that the data on the mobile device can not be edited, sharepoint files cannot be accessed, ink notes from "windows tablets" don't show at all and the list of everything else it cannot do goes on and on and on... this is rather excitingly disappointing.
Well, one can also wonder why Android doesn't remain backwards compatible.. (not meant as a sneer!)
I love OneNote on my PC; however I can't use the app with my HTC Wildfire... :-(
On a Galaxy S II Skyrocket, just gives a File Not Found error when trying to create anything.
One Note for Android is great, but I miss a most important feature:
I cann't wriite (hand writing) notes with my Galaxy Note stylus. I even cannot see hand writings, when I synchronize with my tablet-PC.
OneNote for android is great, but II miss two features:
1. I cannot read hand writings from my tablt-pc on my android smartphone.
2. I cannot write with my Galaxy Note stylus using OneNote for android.
Please add these important features.
I like this App - really appreciated - there is only one missing thing - yes, viewing handwriting would be nice but that's not pivotal here). It's AUDIO recording! Why - I switched to Evernote because there was no cool way from Onemote to Android - now there is. I only use my Android for short note taking and later use my PC for sophistication. Here is what I urgendly need (and what I think is easily to implement): when using a smartphone I just want to quickly record an audio message and don't mess around with a keyboard ... keep the good work coming ... you are on path winning me back from Evernote to bridge Android to Onenote ...
Why can I not find this app in the uk Android Market?
I had the same situuation. There is an Android OS system update you may need to perform first. Ensure you have android Ver 4.
Youre skydrive is password protected. If you didnt password protect your Skydrive.. well then I'd review your personal security policies. Thats a moot point.
you can use the Audio recording on your Android by using the Voice Recording feature (It also records phone calls if oyu need to), i have ot yet tried attaching it to a Onenote file though.
Nice constructive comment there... you practice road rage too?