Excellent. Had issues with opening pdf on android but this is resolved now. Can improve by 1)giving greater flexibility to open documents and mailing them from mobile. 2) Giving the possibility of splitting pdf documents in different pages 3) Enable a whole section to be selected to make text on pictures readable instead of having to do it page by page now 4) NO automatic archiving. Let user decide by prompting him. 5) Bring all features currently available on pc only to mobile as most people use mobile only on the go.
I love this app. As an aspiring writer, and an incredibly busy person who can't always carry a notebook, I use this app every day. I love how easy it is to use, and the fact that it's easily shared between devices. The only problem I have had with it is that I often run out of room in one note and have to start another as a 'part2' of sorts. And it doesn't seem that I can reorganize the order that the notes appear other than by date. It is an excellent app though. This is definitely the app that I use the most.
Onenote is my Saviour. When it comes to making short note, collecting my thoughts and expressing my inner voice I bank on Onenote. What sets onenote apart from other note making apps? 1-autocorrection. Very swift and error proof. 2-Auto-saving. It never fails you. Never misses a single world. Whatever you write, it becomes part of your life and memory provide you don't misplace id and password. 3-Auto-sync. Readily sync so that you can access your thoughts from any device from anywhere.
If you want bells and whistles, look elsewhere. If you need a note taking app which does a few simple things extremely well, OneNote is worth considering. The clincher for me was hassle free synching across Windows, IOS and Android. It may seem surprising that Microsoft, the inventors of "all the features you'll never need" software are capable of delivering a simple but very effective mobile app. Well they are, get over it.
Not Bad for a Free App Everything runs fine on this app. Tools for editting are simply designed and are intuitive for even new users to get used to. Especially, if you have a wide homescreen, you can make good use of its widget function. The only drawback I have realized so far is that there is no way this version and the PC's one can synchronize, and I hope this would be fixed in a near future. Thanks for a wonderful app.
Great to help keep organized and across devices + web. Used to use Evernote, but switched over once they started getting pricey. Actually like one note better. The way you type out notes works more similar to a piece of paper, especially on a computer, which makes note taking and planning more natural.
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