Shares a similar feature set to its cousin on Windows Phone 7, OneNote Mobile for iOS lets you create and view notes and lists whenever you need them. Notes are automatically backed up and synced with free Windows Live SkyDrive online storage, so that you can access them from virtually anywhere using your phone, PC, or almost any web browser. Unfortunately, The new iOS mobile app isn’t as capable as the Web version or the Windows desktop client as it doesn’t supports tables, hyperlinks, uploaded graphics,clip art, and some of those advanced data types and formats.
With OneNote Mobile for iOS, you can:
- Create flexible notes that can include text, pictures, bullets, and checkboxes
- Check To Do items off on the go
- Save time with quick access to your most recent notes
- Work with confidence—OneNote Mobile automatically syncs your notes with Windows Live in the background
- Organize your notes into sections or create new notebooks using OneNote 2010 or OneNote Web App and access them from your iPhone
It will work on any iOS device that is running iOS 4.2 or newer though it’s not optimized for the iPad’s larger screen, and requires a Windows Live ID. You may also like to read A first look at Microsoft OneNote on the iPhone to see how to install, start, use, and sync the new app.