Microsoft OneNote (iOS)

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OneNote for iPad

Apple iPad - Microsoft has an iPad version of Microsoft OneNote that works well if you use Microsoft OneDrive to sync your files. It is downloadable through iTunes or the Apple Store. The app is free for the first 500 pages; after that you must purchase the upgrade. the cost to purchase the upgrade is $14.99. In this first version there is no inking or drawing capability; the only thing you can do on the iPad is type in notes and view previously created/synced pages.

NOTE: Ink in OneNote for iPad is not yet available. There have been many requests into Microsoft to add this feature.

There are several other applications available now for using OneNote on the iPad.

These applications allow you to sync your notes between several devices via wireless if you choose.