Microsoft Releases OneNote For Mac and iOS And It’s Free
Not only is this a major step for Microsoft, but it's also a shot across the bow to items like Google Keep and Evernote. OneNote is a powerful tool, but if it's not available on every single platform that prospective customers care about, it won't be taken seriously. Now, the cross-platform success that Evernote has enjoyed could come to OneNote.
In a blog post announcing the move, Microsoft acknowledged that users had been asking for a Mac edition. Along with the Mac release, the OneNote tool will be "free everywhere," and there's a cloud API that now enables any app to connect to it. IFTTT, email, Genius Scan, Livescribe -- you name it, and OneNote's getting there.
Have a look, Mac users; you've got nothing to lose.