POS developer writing POS app. Screw him and the horse he rode in on. Expensive, still doesn't work with Onenote 2013 after more a year, app hasn't been updated for 9 months, full of bugs, but could be great if the dev would get off his lazy ass and actually finish the job he started. He charged $15 for this app and people like me took a leap of faith and paid up for an app that was a good start to encourage him to continue its development. This guy doesn't have the decency: 1) to respond to support request emails beyond a canned acknowledgment form...with zero follow-up 2) to update his blog to state that he's not maintaining the app anymore 3) to pull his app from the Play Store due to reason #2 4) to acknowledge or apologize for abandoning the app in its current, unfinished, buggy, barely-minimally-functional state...much less offering any sort of partial refund. Look, I understand that priorities change, circumstances change, etc. and maybe he can't keep working on the app; I just wish he'd have been honest and forthcoming about it. Obviously, this guy's done nothing legally wrong, but it's really crappy behavior nonetheless, and the developer knows this. Caveat emptor, and like I said, this guy is a douche-nozzle.
Using workaround - pleased. Recommended. Using OneNote 2013. Did the workaround recommended on the site. OneNote displays a threatening error as Microsoft has a special syncing procedure for OneNote. I use OneNote across four systems, so syncing matters. It works, just need to be careful with it. MobileNoter is now fast, reliable, exactly what I need it to be. It is one of my top applications on my tablet. Have dumped the MS product in favor of this. Recommended with workaround. Incremental sync rocks. Looking forward to next sync.
Useless for users of current OneNote Still does not support sync with current Microsoft products, even after well over a year.
Can not create new notebooks Makes this app dependent on using the MS cloud to create notebooks, which is under editable for me. Please consider adding this capability.
Ok for viewing but changes never make it out.. Office 2010sp1, with a notebook type: 'shared from computer or shared drive'. Changes made on any of my computers make it to my tablet but changes on my tablet never make it to any other devices. Changes are retained until a change occurs on any other device. At that point, the changes trample local changes. Log files contain 'file not found' exceptions for the modified note. Confirmed that the file does in fact exist.
$15 and can't connect to files on a network drive? This should be a easy function to add
- OneNote file format detection
- Bullet lists improvements
- Autosave feature