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Back in January, we released the first version of Microsoft OneNote app for iPhone. Today, the OneNote team has announced that there’s a new version available (1.2) which introduces search, shared notebooks, and more customization options. OneNote app for iPhone will now also be available in 5 additional markets: Canada, the UK, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand.
If you want to be able to access your OneNote notebooks from wherever you are, OneNote on SkyDrive is a great solution for you.
In this release, you’ll be able to sync shared notebooks and work with others directly from your iPhone, keep specific notebooks from syncing to your iPhone, and search for text across all of your notebooks. If you’re an iPhone user, you should never again be without your vacation plans, your recipes, or your to-do list.
Stop by the OneNote blog to see the full feature list.
The OneNote team does read all comments and reviews in the App Store and also actively monitors the OneNote forum on the Microsoft Answers website. Please do spend the time to provide feedback and rate the app after you’ve used it – the team is listening!
Mike Torres Group Program Manager, SkyDrive Devices and Roaming
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...available in 5 additional markets? Dear Microsoft you are ridiculous, please read this en.wikipedia.org/.../List_of_countries
Pretty cool...but Windows Phone 7 users get everything, right? :D
Available for Android in Singapore??
Really nice to see this available outside the USA (like all apps should be). Good job team, one of the best apps in the whole of the iPhone world :-)
The icons on the bottom are gorgeous!
@Constantine - not likely. Microsoft aren't exactly best buddies with Google, they rival each other...
This isn't related, but can you please explain why you removed the Linked IDs feature?
By the way, this app looks great. :-)
Any chance you will develop an app for Android?