Microsoft OneNote for Android Mobile Phones
Microsoft has released its flagship note taking software OneNote for the Android platform. Microsoft OneNote app for Android is a free software that allows you to create up to 500 notes on your Android cell phone.
You can do nearly everything with the free OneNote app in Android that you can do in the more traditional OneNote software that runs on your PC. This includes creating notes with text, pictures, and bullets.
You can create and manage to-do lists with bullets in the Android OneNote app. What is more, the OneNote app seamlessly uploads all your notes to Microsoft’s Skydrive that gives you a whooping 25GB free space to store all your documents, videos, and music online.
I am a big fan of Microsoft OneNote note taking software. You can download the free OneNote app for Android cell phones from the official Android Market. The free version of OneNote app allows you to create only up to 500 notes. If you want to remove this limitation, you can pay a nominal one time fee of $4.99 for unlimited use.
- Android 2.3 or higher.
- A Windows Live ID to sync your notes to the cloud.
Note: Although Android is built upon Linux kernel, Microsoft OneNote doesn’t work in Linux. However, Linux boasts of a number of free note taking alternatives to OneNote.
[Source : OneNote blog ]