Microsoft Brings OneNote To Android

If you’re a desktop user of Microsoft’s OneNote, you’ll be happy to know they’ve finally gotten around to releasing an Android app. While many Android users have already given up on OneNote in favor of apps such as Evernote and Springpad, there are many of you who have been patiently awaiting this moment. If you happen to be one of the patient ones, you’ll now be able to enjoy your usual note-taking actions such as creating notes and to-do lists with OneNote Mobile for Android.

OneNote Mobile for Android also allows users to keep their notes in sync using free Microsoft SkyDrive┬« online storage. Although the app is free, you’ll only be able to create and edit up to 500 notes, after that, you’ll have to pony up some cash via an in-app purchase to bump up to unlimited. I can’t imagine needing to create more than 500 notes but I guess if you’re working on a remake of War and Peace, you might need that upgrade. You’re going to need Android 2.3 or higher and a free Windows Live ID to use OneNote Mobile for Android, but as long as you fit those requirements, you’re ready to get some note-taking done.

If you’re interested in OneNote Mobie for Android, you can get it by following the link below. Be sure to let us know if it was worth the wait.

Android Market Link | OneNote Mobile