iPhone users have been using One Note on their phones for a while now but with the latest 1.3 update Microsoft has also released a special version for the iPad.
The new version brings features like tabbed user interface, table rendering, improved Windows Live sign-in experience, integrated upgrade option and many more The iPad version features a new UI that takes advantage of the bigger display. You can have text, bullets and add pictures from your photo gallery and the notes are synced with your SkyDrive account and can be accessed through One Note on other platforms.
The app itself is free of cost but limits you to only 500 notes at a time. For more you will need to upgrade the app but while the upgrade on the iPhone cost only $4.99, the iPad version makes you shell out $14.99 instead.
So why use One Note instead of Evernote? Because the former is more popular since it comes with Microsoft Office. It’s especially popular among enterprise users who have come to rely on its note taking abilities and are likely to be thrilled to now be able to access them on their iPad.
One Note for iOS is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch, iPad and iPad 2. Click here to download the iPhone version and here to download the iPad version.