Microsoft has been offering a version of its OneNote app for Windows Phone for a while, but the company isn’t putting all its eggs in one basket. Today Microosft launched a version of OneNote Mobile for iOS. The app lets users create to do or project lists, take notes, snap and store photos, and synchronize your notes with your Windows Live SkyDrive account.

You can also share notebooks created in OneNote with other users so you can create collaborative documents to plan trips, shopping lists, or other activities.

While the OneNote mobile interface provides a handy set of tools for saving photos, creating check-lists or other notes, I’m much more impressed with the rich-text editor that comes with the web-based OneNote app. The cool thing is you can create and save notebooks on the web and access them on your iPhone using the mobile app. If you use the Microsoft Office OneNote app you get even more features.

OneNote for iOS is available as a free download from the App Store for a limited time.

via GottaBeMobile

Brad Linder

Brad Linder is editor of Liliputing and Mobiputing. He's been tinkering with mobile tech for decades and writing about it since...