Microsoft OneNote is now available for free on Windows PC and Mac. Previously, the note taking service was available for free for Windows RT, web and mobile devices only. Everything you create in the free PC and Mac versions are synced to OneDrive, so you can access them from your phone and tablet too. OneNote now has a web clipper bookmarklet for Chrome, Firefox, IE, and Safari which works similar to Evernote web clipper.
More new features:
- OneNote Clipper for saving web pages to OneNote
- firstname.lastname@example.org for emailing notes to OneNote
- Office Lens for capturing documents and whiteboards with your Windows Phone
- Sending blog and news articles to OneNote from Feedly, News360 and Weave
- Easy document scanning to OneNote with Brother, Doxie Go, Epson, and Neat
- Writing notes with pen and paper and sending them to OneNote with Livescribe
- Mobile document scanning to OneNote with Genius Scan and JotNot
- Having your physical notebooks scanned into OneNote with Mod Notebooks
- Connecting your world to OneNote with IFTTT
Go to www.onenote.com to get OneNote for free for your desktop or mobile devices.
Here's a new OneNote video from Microsoft's YouTube channel: