Today Microsoft announced the release of OneNote for Android on the Android Market app store.
With this release, the OneNote mobile apps are available across a variety of platforms — including Windows Phone 7, iPhone, iPad, and now Android . The release allows users to effortlessly collect, share, and find all of the information they want to keep track of, using a variety of features from simple lists and pages to full-fledged notebooks that can be shared with friends, family, co-workers, or classmates.
OneNote 1.0 for Android supports the following features:
• Text formatting, images, and bulleted lists in any note
• Checklists and To-Do lists
• Quick photo capture with a phone’s camera
• Quick access to recent notes
• Store and access multiple OneNote notebooks
• Sync to your free SkyDrive account for access anywhere
• Offline access to notes
• Option to sync notebooks only over a WiFi connection
• Built-in spell checker
• Support for external hyperlinks
• Table editing
• Free technical support
OneNote for Android is free to download and use for up to 500 notes. When users have reached this limit, they can upgrade OneNote for Android for a one-time fee of £2.99 for unlimited use.Download OneNote from the Android Market