Today, Microsoft introduced their planner and note-taking software OneNote to Apple’s tablet. The iPad version of the app has a tabbed user interface with a two-pane view and a few new feature additions including WiFi sync, table rendering and an integrated upgrade option.
OneNote for iPad is available for free on the App Store here.
Microsoft has also updated the OneNote iPhone app with following new language additions:
English, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish.
It was previously speculated that Microsoft would release an Office suite for the iPad. Today’s release could be the start of something, but there’s no telling what Microsoft truly has in their plans.
A full list of changes in OneNote 1.3 is available after the break.
What’s new in this version
OneNote for iOS builds on previous releases with the following new features in version 1.3:
- Support for iPad and iPad 2
- Localization into several new languages and markets
- Tabbed user interface
- Quick note creation in the Unfiled Notes section
- Table rendering
- Improved Windows Live sign-in experience
- Option to sync notebooks only over a Wi-Fi connection
- Integrated upgrade option