Microsoft Launches OneNote For iPhone and iPad; 30th Most Popular Free App
By on January 18th, 2011

Looks like Microsoft is getting serious about shipping their office suite of products to , and users with the launch of the OneNote app for iPhone today.

OneNote iPhone

OneNote is a note-taking software which is part of the suite. OneNote was already available for the Windows Phone 7 platform and is now available for the iPhone too.

OneNote Top 30 Free App

The OneNote app for iPhone has quickly jumped the ranks and is now the 30th most popular free app on the App Store. The app says that is free for limited time only. The other most popular note-taking app for iPhone has been the Evernote, however, OneNote definitely seems to have the edge over it.

Both the iPhone and iPad are yet to see any significant office suites except for maybe Quick Office. Microsoft’s entry into the iOS for office space will definitely give them a wider range of mobile users who prefer to do their office related work on the go. Though there is no indication whether this will lead to an office suite for iPhone, the instant success of the OneNote app might definitely prompt Microsoft to work towards creating one.

OneNote is free for a limited period only. You can download the OneNote app for your iDevice from here.

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  • http://www.technolism.com Amandeep Singh

    This is a great news… But I cannot find it in the App Store.. I am from UK… Is it not a worldwide release?

    • Bernard Vander Beken

      Same problem here in Belgium. Please make this available worldwide.

  • Mike Miller

    This is disappointing. I tried MagicalPad for iPad, and it had more to offer in terms of flexibility in managing content. You should check it out.

 
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