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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
I really miss to be able to sort notes after markers. I use markers a lot, to quickly find notes that share a certain subject, and especially to mark whether or not there is something I should remember to do considering that note.
I've been using OneNote since it was first released. I've been stuck on Office2003 for various reasons but have been very eager to upgrade to v2010 in large part because of the phenomenal benefits compared to 2003. (As a developer I want to plug into OneNote now, in a way that was impossible before.)
And now of course I want to link to Android. But here we find a limit of 500 notes before Microsoft asks us for $4.99? Really, with the hundreds of dollars that we spend on Office and MSDN and Windows and other tools and apps, and the hours per day that we serve as proxies for Microsoft Marketing when we're selling apps and services based on the stack - you really want to get another 5 bucks out of us here? I saw that and my mouth dropped open. Really now? Evernote and other options are free. Isn't OneNote over Android an upsell to a purchase of OneNote anyway? Can't you ask for our Office Serial# for unlimited use, as an alternative to our credit card?
Since we're here, I don't know if support for alternative storage will be implemented but I'm hoping to see options to access docs stored in DropBox, over FTP/SFTP, and with other options. There's nothing is wrong with SkyDrive but hey, there are a lot of services out there and I don't want to be forced to use a different service for each app, which is the direction we're all going now. This is starting to smell like browser wars all over again, where we can't use the same code or addins across clients, but the battlefield has moved off the desktop and into the cloud.
Thanks for this opportunity to voice an opinion.
When will this be available in the Kindle Store? I would like to use it on my Kindle Fire instead of using Evernote and OneNote. Thanks.
Very obnoxious that the Android version completely hijacks my notification bar with endless 'syncing' messages. Can't believe you let that pass the QC stage as it's completely unacceptable. See how other programs handle this, and follow suit, or, better yet, give configuration options to disable the notification (since you provide virtually zero configuration choices at the moment).
Other than this (which is a 'biggie') I do like the program ...
The Android version is great, but it would be even better if it recognized the same stuff that the desktop version has (i.e. file attachments, handwriting, etc.).
Wow Microsoft... The app isn't available in Romania. How could your forget Romania? I mean, there are about a 1000 employees in the Microsoft Corporation. Really wish you will release this ASAP in Romania also.
One feature I use constantly on my Android phone is the shortcut to a single note in Evernote. This allows me to put an icon for grocery list, etc. Will OneNote mobile add this feature so I can have a shortcut to a single section or page? It will save time from clicking through a notebook, section, and page.
I Like this App. Fantastic. I only think it is a shame that it is limited to 500 notes
Love the app, guys, but there are a couple of things in your list that really don't appear to work (just see your support forums for confirmation of the loads of people who can't see these functions): text formatting (no obvious way to embolden, highlight, italicize etc.); table formatting (really? where? maybe existing tables, but certainly not new ones).
Having said that, the fact that you can see formatting from a Windows PC is very useful - good one. All it really needs now is a good search function!
Keep up the good work.
I also love the program a lot......I'm not sure what happened, but it quit syncing, I just turned off the HTC sync, maybe it has something to do with that.....I have a EVO 4G......and how do you enter a noter that I composed on my phone, is there a icon to click, it seems it doesn't add the note to my notebook, any help is appreciated......Thank you very much.....
I would love to have OneNote on my phone, however I have tried numerous times to install and always get the "Server Unavailable" message. I am very frustrated and need a solution for this. Please help me.
Your title is misleading. "OneNote Mobile for Android is now available worldwide" is incorrect.
The correct title would be "OneNote Mobile for Android is now available in select countries", since Microsoft has decided to geographically limit the availability of several of thier software titles for some obscure reason.
"OneNote Mobile for Android is now available worldwide" - no it's NOT avialable worldwide.
I am trying to install it from f@ing googleplay and it says me "This item cannot be installed in your device's country. " (I'm in Israel now).
I tryed a lot of other sites to download it, but ALL OF THEM are just redirecting me back to googleplay. What the hell is that? Why I MUST download the Microsoft's software ONLY from googleplay site and if, for some idiotic reason, it thinks that I am in the "wrong" country, I just CANNOT get it?!!!
I really like the OneNote soft as a part of the Office, but this policy for Mobile devices is absolutely disappointing.
~60 countries is worldwide for you? Disgraceful. I feel like I'm living in a third world country when an app isn't available in my country, yet oddly enough, my country is part of the EU. I've yet to see a valid reason why this app should be restricted to certain countries at all. Unbelievable. I was really looking forward to using OneNote for my notes on a wins8 tablet, but this left a really bad impression.
Waiting for this BUT:
1. Found that worldwide does not include Israel :(
2. what about handwriting? supported? [not mentioned in the list]