Continuing its spread across devices, OneNote today made its way to not only the Kindle Fire, but also the Fire phone. Just like other Android versions of the app — as well as those for Window devices — the Kindle version of OneNote allows for easy capturing of notes and images on the move, and makes it easy to make todo lists, shopping lists and the like.
Microsoft says that it is “delivering on [its] promise to bring OneNote to every device that matters to you”, and certainly has all of the important bases covered. Just as on other platforms, the Amazon-friendly version of OneNote is available free of charge.
Here’s the feature list from Amazon Appstore listing:
- Sync your notebooks seamlessly across computers and devices.
- Your notes look just the same on the phone or tablet including ink annotation and formatting.
- Home screen widgets to help you quickly capture photo, audio and other quick notes without opening the app.
- Add and customize notebooks, sections, and pages right from your phone.
- Bold, italicize, underline, highlight, increase indent, decrease indent – format your notes like you want.
- Search your notes and files for anything you’ve captured by just typing a keyword or phrase.
- Sync your work notes stored on OneDrive for Business and SharePoint with your phone or tablet.
If you’re looking for a few ideas for how OneNote could help you, check out the videos Microsoft posted just the other day for some pointers.Microsoft, Office, OneNote