OneNote is included with every version of Microsoft Office 2010. OneNote makes note-taking, brainstorming, researching, journaling, and collaborating a breeze. It is absolutely amazing on notebooks and tablet PCs for meetings and classroom notes. I used OneNote in my graduate work, with my LifeCam HD-6000 webcam, to capture video and audio notes during lectures and class discussions. OneNote Mobile is my favorite app for shopping to capture product photos with my audio and shopping notes.
With the release of Office 2010, OneNote has moved “to the cloud” for the first time with the OneNote Web App in Windows Live SkyDrive. This is the perfect tool for students working in groups to keep notes and action items from meetings in a central place with Windows Live Groups. Using your Windows Live ID, you can now access OneNote on your iPad and iPhone.
Apple’s iOS is getting some productivity love from the Microsoft Office business with OneNote. I think it is an early Valentine. Michael Oldenburg has written an in-depth article with updates at the Microsoft Office Blog. However, if you want to just jump right in to the App Store, tap here.
OneNote Mobile is compatible with iOS 4.2 or later so it will run on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch (4th Generation). The OneNote Mobile app complements your full desktop version of Microsoft OneNote on your Windows PC. Simply sync your desktop notes with your SkyDrive account and they will sync with your iOS device.
Is this the beginning of Office Mobile on iOS? What do you think?
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