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Microsoft OneNote – lists, photos, and notes, organized in a notebook

By Microsoft Corporation

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Description

Capture your thoughts, discoveries, and ideas with OneNote, your very own digital notebook. With OneNote you can seize that moment of inspiration, take your class notes, or track that list of errands that are too important to forget. Whether you're at home, in the office, or on the go, your notes are available to you on all your devices.

-- Capture anything --
Take a picture of the whiteboard in a meeting with auto-cropping and photo enhancements. Add your PowerPoint presentation or PDF for school. Clip website articles using iOS share extension. Capture it all in OneNote and add your annotations.

-- Powerful organization --
Organize your notes in a way that works best for you. Create, rename, search, sort, and copy pages, sections, and notebooks. Find your most recent notes quickly and pin the pages you use most. Secure your notes with a password and use touch ID to quickly access them.

-- Think together --
Share your notes with your friends and colleagues. Whether it's a party your planning with others, or a school project you’re working on with your group. Work together in a shared notebook at the same time.

-- Always with you --
Access your notes on your Mac, iPhone, iPad and other devices. Your notes are synced to the cloud (OneDrive, OneDrive for Business and SharePoint) making it easy to access your recipe notes on your iPhone at the store, your homework on your Mac in class, or your itinerary on your iPad during your trip.

-- Check these lists --
Create to-dos to keep track of your daily errands, groceries shopping, or travel planning.

--Write & Draw on iPad ---
Scribble your notes at a conference, write math equations in class or sketch your ideas. With a variety of pen colors and settings, you can create beautiful handwritten notes and drawings.

OneNote is free on iPhone and many other devices. Get started today! Download OneNote and sign in with your Microsoft Account or the account assigned to you by your work or school.

Having any issues?, goto http://aka.ms/onenoteiosanswers

What's New in Version 2.15

PAGE PREVIEWS GO ON A DIET: A number of users wanted to disable page previews. We listened. Same great notes, 50% less vertical space.

"BEHIND THE SCENES" IMPROVEMENTS: Many things changed to make OneNote better. Bugs are fixed and interactions are snappy-er. We promise it to keep it that way.

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Customer Reviews

FINALLY! And it's worth it.

So, I've been using OneNote for about eight years. Since I was on *Vista*! So, I have a *LOT* of notes on my desktop version.
I've been really frustrated with not having an integrated notes app on my iPad. I even tried EverNote, and Outline-Plus (for which I actually *paid). There were good things about them all, but there also a lot of bad things. Outline kept crashing. It got to the point that it literally crashed every single time I opened it, but, would act normally after that.
But, now, Microsoft has a actual version of OneNote that works as an app. All of the things I liked about Outline without the lack of support, buggies, and crashing. Granted, I will say: the "retired" version of OneNote for iPad was friggin' horrible (which is why I went to other apps), but this .... This is worth it.
And it syncs with my computer!i can go directly from my iPad to my PC, and back see lesson. It took it about ten minutes to sync eight years worth of notes, but, now, it's all gravy.
Especially the use of a stylus to jot quick notes, highlighters, changing fonts, and keeping it all safe in a secondary backup with OneDrive. I have always refused to use it, since I use Dropbox. But, now, I can save in Dropbox, and also share it with OneDrive. So, no matter what, my very, very, important stuff is all safe, and still easily accessible.

Absolutely Fantastic!

This is such a wonderful app; I can’t recommend it highly enough. I take all my notes on this - for college, writing, organizing my life, and everything in-between. Some of its best features include being able to add links and photos, the unlimited “paper” size and optional lines/graph paper, the quick creation of bulleted lists, the hierarchy capabilities - between the multiple notebooks, tabs, groups, and pages - and so much more. It can even turn my handwriting into text!* Also, Onetastic (a free add-on), if you haven’t looked into it, holds many helpful additions. The only minor complaints I have are: when I’m zoomed way out, it can be difficult to grab and move text, though this is mostly due to working on a touch-screen computer, methinks… Hmmm, more highlighter colors would be nice (I will use the example of Apple/Page; they do a good job of this with a color wheel, slider, web safe colors [the one I'm most inclined to use], a spectrum, and a crayon box.), though this is quite nonessential. Otherwise, I am extraordinarily pleased with this app!

*I’m the kid who, after we did handwritten essays in class, had to type mine up for the teacher so she could read it. (And yet where my teacher failed, OneNote succeeds.)

Searchable complex notes synced everywhere

I have this running on my iPad, my PC, and my Mac mini. I can make a change on any device, and it syncs immediately to the other devices. As a notetaker, it works much better than any other I have found. It conceptually lists out folders left to right. And then it has notes from top to bottom on the left. It is a basic tree. The columns are color-coded which really helps. And you don't have to think about it. It picks a new color when you create a new folder. Also the kind of notes you can make are varied and excellent. For example, on the PC there is a note clipping tool available. This clipper will grab whatever portion of the screen you want and it will be replicated inside the note. So you can take only the portion of the website you really are interested in, and copy it to your note. You can then do a copy and paste on the URL to click later too to see the whole thing if that's necessary. There's a lot more to say, but give it a try.

Microsoft OneNote – lists, photos, and notes, organized in a notebook
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
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  • Free
  • Category: Productivity
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  • Version: 2.15
  • Size: 153 MB
  • Apple Watch: Yes
  • Languages: English, Arabic, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.

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