Android: Microsoft’s popular note taking and organisation app, OneNote, is now available on Android, so you can have your notes with you wherever you go.
OneNote has been available for the iPhone for six months in Australia, but now Android users can finally get in on the action. The Android client lets you create new notes with text, pictures and bullets, as well as manage to-do lists with checkboxes. You can sync all your notes with Microsoft SkyDrive, too, so everything stays in sync across your devices. Free accounts can create and edit up to 500 notes, as usual, and all you need is a Windows Live ID. Hit the link to check it out. Thanks, Sean!
OneNote is a free download for Android devices running 2.3 and higher.
OneNote Mobile [Android Market]