One Note iPad
If you are a user of Microsoft products, and have an iPad, you are one that wishes Office had a better presence on this device. As we work toward a Cloud based world, we see many opportunities for this to be reality. For example, last week we talked about OnLive Desktop.
If you can’t use a virtual desktop, and want an app, then give OneNote a try. It’s part of the Office 2010 software to create notes. Everything from to-do lists, to directions, and more.
OneNote lets you create searchable notes, using text, pictures, and bullets. Use SkyDrive to store and sync the notes with your desktop. The free version lets you create up to 500 notes. An in-app purchase allows you to increase the notes.
Check out yesterdays iPad app – Crack and Break it