Microsoft Releases OneNote Android

It was back in January last year when the Redmond-based software giant felt the need to show its presence on the Apple’s App Store with its most famous note-taking solution, named OneNote. The company announced that its OneNote was installed on 78M PCs. Now it seems that Microsoft wanted to expand its operations.

The Redmond-base software giant launched its popular service SkyDrive on iOS in December. At that moment, Android didn’t get its share from the Redmond-based company.

Although, it took some time, but Android users finally have good news coming out Microsoft camp.

Microsoft through a blog post made an announcement for the launch of OneNote for Android. This is what company had to say about it:

For all of you who’ve been asking (and patiently waiting) for a version of OneNote for your Android phones, we have great news: OneNote Mobile for Android is now available! Download it from the Android Market app store today!

Mobile versions of OneNote are currently available on Windows Phone, iPhone, iPad, and now Android. No matter which platform you prefer, OneNote Mobile lets you easily capture and access all of your notes and ideas on the go.

Being present on the Android market, the trifecta smartphone supports iOS, Android and its own Windows Phone Platform. Microsoft took a little too long to announce its Android app because the company has better chance of drawing PC users to Android Market than to App Store.

The app will enable users to create to-do lists which include images and bulleted lists, along with clickable checkboxes to mark off the tasks that you have done with. If you are an Android user and using OneNote on PC, then you must be the happiest person.

On similar app that Android users have already been using is Evernote. You must agree with me that the version of Evernote launched for Android in July 2011 is simply remarkable.

OneNote for Android

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