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Now OneNote is FREE for Macs

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Microsoft is preparing to release a free, full-fledged OneNote for Mac application “soon,” according to my sources. The Verge’s Tom Warren is hearing the same.

as per rumors OneNote also will be released as a free app for desktop Windows, as well. Right now, it’s part of the paid suite of Office applications (though the OneNote Web App and the Metro-Style Windows 8 versions are free.)

Microsoft already offers versions of its OneNote app for the iPad and iPhone, as well as for Android phones, but not yet for Mac.

Microsoft will make available a new OneNote Clipper service and Office Lens as part of the updated free releases of OneNote, my sources are saying. The Clipper service will sync links between PC/device browsers and phones. Office Lens is an app that uses optical character recognition (OCR) and a smartphone camera to allow users to sync snapshots to the cloud.

Microsoft is battling other note-taking applications, especially Evernote, in the quest to be users’ cross-platform note-taking app of choice. As part of its campaign, Microsoft is also planning to open up more of the OneNote programming interfaces to encourage third-party developers to write applications that build on OneNote, sources say.

Source: Associated Press

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One comment on “Now OneNote is FREE for Macs

  1. StellarPhoenixS
    June 12, 2014

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