OneNote Now Available For iPad

You guys listed OneNote as one of your favourite note taking applications, and today Microsoft finally released an iPad-optimised version of the awesome tool, while adding a tabbed interface, quick note creation, and more.

The newest version of OneNote brings a great-looking interface to the iPad, which shows you your notes in the traditional two-pane style that other iPad apps have adopted — one main pane on the right for your note, and a sidebar on the left for easy navigation. The iPad app — as well as the updated iPhone app — also brings a few new features, including a tabbed interface, the ability to create quick notes from the Unified Notes section, and notebook sync over Wi-Fi. Hit the link below to read more, or head straight to the App Store to download the new version.

OneNote is a free download, but you can only create up to 500 notes without a premium account. On the iPhone, this costs $5.49, but the iPad version will cost you $15.99 for unlimited use.

Microsoft OneNote for iPad [iTunes App Store via OneNote Blog]

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