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Microsoft OneNote Comes To The iPhone

It’s been a long time coming, but finally Microsoft Office users can get their favourite note-taking app on the iPhone, so you can view, create and sync notes on-the-go. Now if only they’d make it available in Australia . . .

While OneNote is a pretty great note taking app, its biggest downside was that, unline rivals such as Evernote Evernote, it wasn’t cross-platform. Microsoft took a big step in that direction, today, bringing OneNote to the iPhone. With it, you can get all your existing notes from the OneNote desktop app and webapp directly from the cloud, edit them, and even create new text, picture, bulleted, or checkbox notes right from your phone. It even saves them in the background as you type.

Microsoft OneNote is free for an as-yet-defined limited time, and works with iOS 4.2 or later. Microsoft OneNote 2010 is required to sync notes from the desktop app.

Unfortunately, right now the app is not available in the Australian iTunes store. We’ve got a call in to Microsoft to find out if that will change, and we’ll let you know.

[via All Things Digital]