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If you use an iPhone, now you can experience the organizing power of OneNote right there. Starting today, you can download Microsoft OneNote Mobile for iPhone from the iTunes App Store, and it's free for a limited time. (Here's how to install it and get started.)
In case you haven't experienced the unsung hero of Office, OneNote is a digital notebook that lets you put everything you need to remember in one electronic place and then easily find it wherever you are. I use it every day. Think of it as a digital file cabinet for all the random bits of information that are too hard to keep track of in your head. According to comScore, 78 million PCs in the U.S. have OneNote - more than a third of all the PCs in the country.
OneNote Mobile for the iPhone lets you capture and review notes and lists on your phone. Notes are automatically backed up and synced with free Windows Live SkyDrive online storage, so that you can access them from virtually anywhere - your PC, phone, and browser. Collecting thoughts and ideas on the go is what OneNote was made for.
People who use OneNote often wonder how they ever lived without it. It gets some of the highest customer satisfaction ratings of any app. For me, OneNote is where I collect and organize notes, ideas, links to websites and pictures. It can also capture handwriting, audio recordings and video clips. From my PC, the easy-to-search format means any of these tidbits of information are always at hand. Online or on my phone, my lists are always up to date and accessible for reference. Now iPhone users can have many of the same advantages as their Windows Phone counterparts.
We know people care more about what they do than where they do it. They
expect technology to make that easier. They want familiarity and for
things to just work. As new pieces of technology - new browsers, mobile
hardware, smart phones and social networks - become bigger parts of
their lives, they expect familiar technology, like Office, to help them
access their ideas wherever they are. Today's release is another step in Office evolving to serve our 750 million customers worldwide. Whether it's on a PC or Mac, a
mobile phone, or online through the Office Web Apps on multiple browsers, we
continue to bring Office to the devices, platforms, and operating
systems our customers are using. It should be about the ideas and information, not the
Whether you're managing your to do list, organizing a complex project,
or planning a trip to Paris, OneNote Mobile helps keep everything
organized and easy to find.
OneNote Mobile for iPhone is available now and it's free for a limited time, so why not try it?
Read A first look at Microsoft OneNote on the iPhone to see how to install, start, use, and sync the new app.
--Takeshi Numoto, Corporate Vice President, Office
Why isn't it available in the Czech App Store?
This looks like a great addition to Microsoft Office for iPhone users--thanks, Microsoft! For those of us using Microsoft Office on Apple Macs, it would be great for OneNote to also be available as part of Microsoft Office for Mac 2011. Then OneNote could be the ideal notetaking and information repository regardless of what platform we have at the time.
Will you be making an app for Android? If so, any time frame?
Why is this restricted to the US App Store?
@Boris.dusek – The the app is currently only available in the US iTunes App Store. We'll announce additional locations as they become available.
@jott - Thanks for the feedback! We’re always looking at what additional desktop productivity apps Mac users need and want. Don't forget that Mac users can create, view and edit OneNote notebooks using the OneNote Web App.
@yogi76 - OneNote customers specifically asked for access to OneNote on the iPhone, no news today on other mobile platforms.
Congrads! I am thankful for your efforts!
Myself and one other user over at winrumors.com are experiencing issues logging in. The error is "Login Failed , error: 400". Any suggestions?
@Amanda: I'm with Jott - bring Mac Office users a real One Note. The web version won't let me open shared One Note notebooks on my corporate Intranet, will it?
@Amanda: I'm with Jott - bring Mac Office users a real One Note. I (and other Mac users at my company) need to share (open/edit/publish) notebooks with co-workers on our internal Sharepoint site. Will the One Note Web App on just a Mac with Mac Office installed do this? I currently run a Windows VM and Office 2010 to have One Note access.
@AmandaL - Well, consider this a OneNote customer specifically asking for access to OneNote on Android. Thanks!
@brianm76 - Sorry you're experiencing issues, the team is working on an update to fix this intermittent login issue. In the meantime, find the workaround here: http://bit.ly/gTlFeK
Ditto with the Australia App Store?? Please please please make it available in the Australian store, I have been waiting for this app for soooooooooo long.
Congratulations! Love it so far and no problems syncing. Would love to see an iPad optimized version (and would happily pay for it) and would love even more a version for OSX.
So, how do I get One Note on my iPhone to access to notebooks from One Note 2010 on my PC?
Great news, I've been wanting a version for a smartphone for a long time now!
However it's very disappointing that it's limited to the U.S. only, I can't think of any good reason to do that in this day and age, certainly not for an app with global appeal from a global company like Microsoft. :-(
Also, and Android version should be a no-brainer. Again, the more people that can use your flagship product the better, having an Android version will simply sell more copies of Office 2010!
People tend to make their choices on devices they already have. Most people won't change phones because the reasons they purchased that phone are far beyond the applications, however they are highly likely to purchase software that works in conjunction with their phone. (I know I already do.)