Some two months after OneNote was made available for the iPad, and about a year after its availability for the iPhone, Microsoft announced today that OneNote is now ready for download from the Android marketplace.
OneNote Mobile allows users to create notes and keep them synced with a PC or other devices through Microsoft’s free SkyDrive personal cloud storage. (In addition to iOS and Android, OneNote Mobile is also on Windows Phone.)
OneNote Mobile for Android is free to download and use for up to 500 notes, according to Microsoft’s official OneNote Blog. Those exceed the limit can upgrade for a one-time $4.99 fee for unlimited use.