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  • Microsoft Tailors OneNote For Android Tablets, Updates OneNote For Windows

    Microsoft Tailors OneNote For Android Tablets, Updates OneNote For Windows

    Fresh out this morning is a tablet optimized version of OneNote for Android, and several new features to OneNote for Windows. OneNote for Android tablets — you can snag it here — contains what Microsoft calls “handwriting support,” more formatting options, and interface tweaks to better suit larger tablet screens. In keeping with Microsoft’s cross-platform… Read More

  • Microsoft Updates OneNote For Apple Products

    Microsoft Updates OneNote For Apple Products

    Microsoft debuted a number of changes to OneNote for Apple products — iPad, iPhone, and Mac — today that broaden the functionality of the note-taking tool. Users of OneNoteĀ for Mac can now connect to OneDrive for Business accounts. Across all three devices, OneNote users can now add files to their ‘notebooks.’ On iPad and iPhone, users will be able to insert files sent… Read More

  • Microsoft Parodies “I’m Sexy And I Know It” And It’s The Worst

    Microsoft Parodies “I’m Sexy And I Know It” And It’s The Worst

    The OneNote team has been active lately, making their product free across all platforms, and hosting a successful Reddit AMA session that included an adorkable verification video. Then they decided to reach. Small tip: If you are technology team in any capacity, either a tech-focused VC group, a phone company, or a software development team, leave the parodies to Weird Al and the singing to… Read More

  • Gillmor Gang: Deep Bench

    Gillmor Gang: Deep Bench

    The Gillmor Gang — Dan Farber, Kevin Marks, Semil Shah, Robert Scoble, Keith Teare, and Steve Gillmor — Heartbleed security hole, changing landscape of Twitter notifications, Brendan Eich’s exit from Mozilla, politically charged and leadership compromised, Condoleezza Rice heading to the Dropbox Board of Directors? Dropbox, OneNote, Evernote, Box. Office on the iPad… Read More

  • OneNote’s Transition To Being Free Was A Year In The Making

    OneNote’s Transition To Being Free Was A Year In The Making

    Microsoft released a OneNote client for OS X and made the application free across all five large mobile and desktop operating systems. The OS X app was a hit, spiking to the top of the Mac App Store and collecting a high rating. Read More

  • Microsoft’s OneNote Flies To Top Of The Mac App Store

    Microsoft’s OneNote Flies To Top Of The Mac App Store

    OneNote for Mac has become most popular free Mac app in the App Store in a single day, besting OS X update Mavericks, which was released in October. The app is now available across both major PC platforms and all three mobile platforms for free. Response has been strong so far. Racking up more than 600 reviews in a day, OneNote for Mac is overwhelmingly rated highly, with more than half of… Read More

  • Microsoft’s Free OneNote Hints At Its Larger Strategy

    Microsoft’s Free OneNote Hints At Its Larger Strategy

    This morning, Microsoft announced that it was making OneNote, its note-taking service that syncs across platforms, free. The PC app, the new Mac app, and a variety of small tools for the service are now available for anyone to use without cost. Paid upgrades and corporate sales as part of Office 365, however, still exist, and that may hint at Microsoft’s overall strategy for Office… Read More

  • Microsoft Untethers OneNote For iPad From The PC, Now Lets Users Create New Notebooks On The Go

    Microsoft Untethers OneNote For iPad From The PC, Now Lets Users Create New Notebooks On The Go

    Microsoft’s OneNote note-taking app for iPad and iPhone got a small but important update today that finally makes the iPad version a completely stand-alone experience. Until now, you couldn’t create new notebooks from the iPad, so you were always forced to go back to the desktop or web version sooner or later. With today’s update, Microsoft is adding this feature, as well as… Read More