Microsoft has just updated its OneNote app for the iPad, bringing in a host of new features to the fore. And we’ll take a look at what’s new right after the jump.
Satya Nadella, the recently-appointed CEO of Microsoft and the third since its inception, was chosen for the role by the board for a variety of reasons. One of his core strengths - his heavy involvement in the company's cloud services - was seen as the vital tool needed to carry the company forward into the cloud-based era, and already, we're seeing evidence of the rationale behind his appointment. Today, Microsoft released a new, free OneNote app for Mac, a further free OneNote utility for its own Windows OS, and notably, a cloud-based API facilitating the integration of both first and third-party apps with with OneNote.
If you've been keeping track of Nokia's steady decline over the last few years, then you can tell that the company is moving to renew itself by scrapping its own Symbian operating system and adopt Microsoft's Windows Phone OS instead. Yet, the two companies have collaborated to bring some of Microsoft's services, including several Office apps and Lync; Microsoft's VoIP solution.
Realizing the importance of the increasing market share which the iPhone platform currently posses, Microsoft today has released OneNote app for iPhone and iPod touch. This is the fourth app which has come out of Microsoft for the iPhone/iOS platform, the other three being Bing for iPhone, Seadragon Mobile, and Microsoft Tag.