Microsoft is looking to head off note-taking rival Evernote by introducing a free, full-fledged version of OneNote for Mac users.
Free versions of Microsoft's note-taking and organizational application are available for immediate download for Mac and desktop Windows.
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The free but limited OneNote for iPad lets you take notes on the iPad, but you're unlikely to stick with the app unless you're already a OneNote note taker.
With an iOS and now Android version of the note-taking app, Microsoft shows its app and service strategy can take precedence over its OS strategy.
Previously available only for the iPhone, Microsoft's OneNote mobile app has been updated to support the iPad.
Redmond brings its first Office application to Apple's iOS in the form of its note-taking tool, OneNote.
OneNote 2003 is better than your word processor at taking notes, but it's expensive. Instead, we recommend EverNote, which is free.
Microsoft Office OneNote 2003
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