A note-taking and organization app from Microsoft
Microsoft created OneNote as a powerful notebook and organization tool. On Android, the app includes dozens of features and capabilities. A smartphone or tablet owner can tune the experience to suit their needs and preferences in moments. Users can take notes, create to-do lists, and even scan written notes into the app. With so many features, OneNote provides an excellent experience few apps match today.
When someone opens OneNote for Android, they're greeted with a blank canvas. He or she chooses how to use the app from that point. Note creation couldn't be more simple, and multiple input options are available. For instance, users can type, handwrite, or even draw out their notes. Individuals that prefer a given input method won't find themselves settling for a method that doesn't suit their needs.
OneNote allows users to sort their notes into groups and categories in seconds. Likewise, it's possible to search through an entire library to find specific notes or text. The app enables deep collaboration between users, regardless of the project. Notes are shareable and synced across multiple devices to aid in collaboration. Another useful feature allows documents and papers to be scanned into the app and converted into a searchable format.
Fans of Evernote and Any.do will love the features that OneNote brings to the tablet. Microsoft has created a powerful organization and collaboration tool. For simple notes, this Android app functions like the rest of them. Microsoft's offering excels by providing countless input options and baking extra features into the core of the app. If a user wants to get organized, than a better option might not be available today.
- Polished and feature-rich experience on Android devices.
- App is incredibly versatile, even compared to competing solutions.
- Powerful in-app search functions.
- Noticeable bugs may affect certain hardware and software setups.
• Bug fixes and performance improvements.