While I may have an iPhone in my arsenal now alongside all the Android devices in the world, I have been a Google loyalist for quite some time. I’ve used Google Docs since Beta and was glad the last two macbooks I bought I didn’t need to get a Microsoft Office product. Apparently though, I missed the popularity of Microsoft’s One Note.
Our friends over at AndroidCommunity have reported that Microsoft’s official One Note for Android app has arrived in the Android market. Despite Steve Ballmer downing Android when he can, Microsoft is porting over all of their own office programs to take back what’s rightfully there’s from programs like Docs To Go, and other like minded programs. Microsoft’s One Note is the first of those ports.
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One Note for Android is available free of charge and allows you to sync with One Note documents on your Microsoft Sky Drive. You can format text, images, lists and more and the projects created in One Note seem to come out perfectly.
It will work on Android tablets but it’s not optimized for the larger screens just yet.
Try it out for yourself here