Super frustrating - no 2013 Waiting for how long now for 2013 support? Not here yet. Why use this versus MS version? Writing works. But 2013 doesn't. I hope MS supports writing eventually, then this is just wasted money not time checking to see if it's fixed. Old report: inconsistent sync. This got better then 2013 format broke everything.
A good program but syncing is a problem I want to give this program 5 starts but I can't yet even give it 3. First the good. It is wonderful in terms of integrating One Note pages and attachments on my mobile Android device (HTC One X+). I can view them and choose which notebooks to sync. A great feature. The Microsoft One Note app for Android will not do that but syncs everything. I don't need nor want to sync everything to my device. Now, the bad but for which I hope they will fix very soon. I sync everything from my desktop to the cloud to Microsoft Skydrive. Mobile Onenoter SE newest version will sync but then give me a message that it cannot work with One Note 2013 files. I used One Note 2010 on my desktop and have no control over the web version that Sky Drive implements. The only workaround I can do is to pack the one note files and manually transfer them to my device and then sync them inside the device. It works but it is tedious to do and when there is an update.. I would have to refresh the packing of the files, transfer again to the device and redo the sync. Not convenient. I hope the producer of Mobilenoter will fix the apparent incompatibility with One Note 13. I look forward to that update.
Too Many Issues Bought the program hoping it would be the fix for my OneNote woes....but made it worse. Wish MSFT would have provided the latest updates to the native OneNote application before I made this purchase. - First issue and the most prevalent one was syncing. Why have the application if it doesn't sync? - Second issue was the types of files the program works with. Seems weird that the program would have issues with the same file format just different years. - Third issue is the general convenience surrounding quickly being able to add notes. If you are looking for quickly being able to add notes, stick to Google Keep, EverNote, or even now the native OneNote app. Conclusion: If you are looking for a vast improvement of OneNote, this is not it. While the program provides some excellent features that outshine the native OneNote application, the three issues named above would provide you great headache and frustration with the application making it hard to justify the purchase. Galaxy Note II; Galaxy Nexus; Nexus 7
Horrible This app will not sync with Dropbox, only download content. Any changes made b on your Android device are lost. It should be pulled from the store immediately.
Love it! Don't Understand the Negative Reviews I have used this across 3 phones and 1 tablet (HD version) for YEARS! From Froyo to Lollipop. Recently put it on my LG G3. No problems. Not One. Granted the GUI is a bit out dated and could use a refresh, but this app has never failed me. I am running on Outlook365, servers using Outlook 2010 and Dropbox. Never an issue, always solid.
No longer works with Skydrive, no refund offered! Not been able to synchronise with Skydrive for over a year - took ages for response from support, claim error log shows problem with my wifi. This is despite trying on multiple wifi networks and also wasting my 3G allowance! Was initially told I would get a refund, now told it is unavailable. This is despite the fact that it used to work, and stopped after they made changes to the program! The official app is now so good I will simply have to write off the money wasted on this app.
- OneNote file format detection
- Bullet lists improvements
- Autosave feature