Microsoft announced today the launch of a new Android app: OneNote Mobile. OneNote Mobile allows users to create notes and keep them synced between devices, including their desktop, phone, and tablet. Created notes are instantly stored to Microsoft’s cloud service called “Sky Drive,” where users can then access the notes for editing. Microsoft gives users up to 500 free notes before requiring them to pay the one-time fee of $4.99 for unlimited use.

You can download OneNote Mobile on the Android Market.

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2 Responses to “Microsoft launches OneNote Mobile for Android, available worldwide”

  1. demkoalex says:

    Does this support the cross-reference links? (from one OneNote page to another)

  2. Andrew says:

    worldwide but i can't download from Ukraine :( Please post apk file