Microsoft’s popular note-taking software, OneNote, is now available as an iPhone app. You can use it to create notes and to-do lists while on the go and it’ll automatically synchronize your data online, where it can then be pulled into the OneNote application on your computer.
Likewise, the notes you’ve created on your computer can be pulled up on your iPhone. And if you happen to be without access to your phone or your computer, you can manage your notes online using a supported web browser and the OneNote Web App.
The notes you create with the iPhone app can contain text, pictures, bullets and checkboxes. You can also group related notes for larger projects into their own “notebooks” to keep everything organized.
You’ll need a free Windows Live ID to use OneNote—the iPhone app is “free for a limited time” so you might want to grab it if you think you’ll use it.
iTunes Link: Microsoft OneNote
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