Microsoft OneNote was previously only available to iPhone users, but now Microsoft has expanded their OneNote application as a native iPad application, along with an update of the iPhone app to version 1.3 to support even more languages like Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French and big list of other countries.
The native iPad application Microsoft’s OneNote features a two-pane UI, a tab view feature, quick note creation, tables in notebooks, and WiFi syncing.
According to the iTunes Preview description, “Microsoft OneNote for iPad is a note-taking app for capturing all of your ideas and to-dos on the go, brought to you by Microsoft Office.”
“Create searchable notes with text, pictures and bullets. Make and manage to-do lists with checkboxes,” says Microsoft. “Then keep your notes in sync using free Microsoft SkyDrive online storage to access, edit and manage them from virtually anywhere, from your PC or almost any web browser.”
If you want to access your notes online, then you can access them on SkyDrive. Users can access their notes online with the free version of the app, and they access, create and edit up to 500 notes.
If you are looking for extended functionality, then you can upgrade OneNote for iPad to get unlimited use through an in-app purchase.
To use Microsoft’s OneNote on the iPad it must have iOS 4.3 or higher installed. Next, you need a free Windows Live ID. If you already have, then you can use the existing one or if you do not have then create a one straight from the app’s interface upon launch.
The iPhone version of OneNote has been also updated with a new version. OneNote 1.3 makes tables in notebooks visible and delivers high quality performance and reliability updates.
Download iOS Word Processor for iPad.
Download OneNote 1.3 for iPhone.