Microsoft has released their latest Android app. That app arrives as OneNote and it will be compatible with Android devices running 2.3 Gingerbread or higher. The OneNote app is available by way of the Android Market and has landed as version 14.0.4906.3000 and measures in as a 7.0M file size.
In terms of the app, OneNote will store your notes in a SkyDrive account which means you will need to grab a Windows Live ID if you do not already have one. The notes created on your Android smartphone can contain goodies such as text, images and bullet points as well as checkboxes which should come in handy if you are looking to create a to-do list. Also worth noting, the OneNote app for Android will allow you to open notebooks that were created using the OneNote 2010 or OneNote Web App.
Otherwise, the OneNote application is free to download and free to use. Well, free to use up until a certain point. According to the details coming from Microsoft, the OneNote app for Android will be free to use until you reach 500 notes.
“With the free version of OneNote Mobile for Android you can access, create and edit up to 500 notes. Once you reach this limit you can still view, delete, and sync your notes. To continue taking and editing notes, you can upgrade OneNote Mobile for Android to unlimited use through an in-app purchase.”
And for those wondering, that in-app purchase price is $4.99.