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Today's post is by Pat Fox, senior director of marketing, Microsoft Office.
We know the way people get stuff done is constantly evolving and that people can choose from a wide variety of productivity and collaboration tools today. Whether it's Office running on Windows, a Mac, a wide variety of Web browsers, or a mobile phone, our goal is to deliver the best productivity experience across devices.
Today, I'm pleased to announce two great updates to our Office mobile apps family.
First, we're updating OneNote for iPhone (to version 1.3) with easier navigation, table viewing and improved performance. We are also releasing a version of this app tailored for iPad. For more information about OneNote on iOS, head over to the OneNote Blog.
Second, Lync 2010 for Windows Phone is also launching today, together with an update to Lync Server 2010 that enables new Lync mobile clients. As previously discussed, we've developed Lync 2010 for iPhone, iPad, Android phones and Nokia Symbian--these apps have been submitted to their respective mobile app stores and will be available very shortly. With Lync 2010 apps, people can check colleagues' availability at a glance, start an IM conversation on the go, or join audio conferences with a single tap. Further details can be found on the Unified Communications Team Blog.
We're excited to deliver these new mobile apps which will be fantastic companions to the full Office experience. With everyone always on the go, having access to your notes and communication tools across mobile platforms is a huge time saver. So give these apps a try and let us know what you think.
-- Pat Fox
Let's get OneNote on Android please! Or better still, let's have Office on Android as all the office suites currently available are really not that great.
So when will we get OneNote for Android? Waiting anxiously, so please.
I really hope the release of OneNote on iPad means there will be a OneNote for Mac released soon. In my opinion OneNote will not reach its full potential unless available on all popular platforms (much like Evernote).
The longer I wait for a Mac version of OneNote, the more likely I am to switch to Evernote, and if that happens I will no longer need OneNote on my Windows PC.
If you have OneNote for Mac in the works, I hope you release asap as an independent product rather than wait to bundle with the next iteration of Office for Mac.
When will android OneNote be out????
Please release Onenote for Android.