Microsoft Made an iPhone App

Microsoft’s not-so-popular desktop application “OneNote” is now available for iPhone. It’s free, for a limited time.

It’s your basic notes taking application, except it’s free, and made my Microsoft. It has checklists, standard notes, picture integration, and sync with the desktop version of OneNote, if you actually use it. A Microsoft engineer told Engadget that it took 18-24 months to implement this application. What does that say?

You can check out the 2 1/2 star application in the app store, free for a limited time, right here.

Taylor Ness

iOS Analyst, App Masters

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