OneNote for Android Now Available in Over 50 Markets

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  • 17 Sep 2013
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  • OneNote for Android has just been made available in over 50 countries via the Google Play Store and in case this app doesn’t ring a bell, it’s a powerful note taking software part of the Microsoft Office Suite.


    OneNote is available for free on Android, only needing a free Microsoft account to use. The last big update that the app received was in July, so it’s pretty fresh, especially since that update brought an interface overhaul. We got unified rich text formatting on all supported platforms, collaborative editing and change history.

    Microsoft praises the software’s ability to be used both on and off line and syncing it with ease. If this sounds familiar to Evernote, it’s because it is, but some people may prefer this alternative. The app requires Android 4.0 and later versions and it homescreen widgets help you capture photos, audio or take notes fast.

    You can get the app from here.


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