MobileNoter

MobileNoter


MobileNoter is an application that allows you to view and edit MS OneNote 2007-2010 notebooks on your Android OS device and synchronize them with the OneNote PC version.

MobileNoter 3.0 allows you to:
• View your notes with preserved formatting and layout (just like in OneNote!)
• Edit text and add images to your notes
• Search through the notes
• Record audio
• Look through the tags summary
• 2 synchronization methods: through the Cloud Server or through the Wi-Fi network

PLEASE NOTE: MobileNoter is not free. It's required to pay for the sync service. 30 days trial is included.

Recent changes:
Version 3.0.3: hotfixes

The version 3.0 introduces new text editor:
- Easy and accurate cursor positioning
- It's also easier to move and delete outlines
- Now it is possible to copy and paste while editing your notes
- Better handwritings positioning
- The new "undo" button allows you to get rid of unnecessary changes
- Better support of hardware keyboards

If you don't want to work with the new editor, you can switch back to the old one. That can be done in app settings.
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Free
62
3.1
User ratings
510
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
0
File size
4839 kb
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About MobileNoter
MobileNoter is an application that allows you to view and edit MS OneNote 2007-2010 notebooks on your Android OS device and synchronize them with the OneNote PC version.

MobileNoter 3.0 allows you to:
• View your notes with preserved formatting and layout (just like in OneNote!)
• Edit text and add images to your notes
• Search through the notes
• Record audio
• Look through the tags summary
• 2 synchronization methods: through the Cloud Server or through the Wi-Fi network

PLEASE NOTE: MobileNoter is not free. It's required to pay for the sync service. 30 days trial is included.

Recent changes:
Version 3.0.3: hotfixes

The version 3.0 introduces new text editor:
- Easy and accurate cursor positioning
- It's also easier to move and delete outlines
- Now it is possible to copy and paste while editing your notes
- Better handwritings positioning
- The new "undo" button allows you to get rid of unnecessary changes
- Better support of hardware keyboards

If you don't want to work with the new editor, you can switch back to the old one. That can be done in app settings.

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User reviews of MobileNoter
NOT free, expensive, cannot add note, still beta, can't use/sync Skydrive, not recommended, use Evernote instead
Nov 19, 2011
Paid for it because I needed OneNote on my phone, but editing on phone is so bad that I use Catch Notes for new notes, and MN as a OneNote VIEWER. Not sure I'll renew next year; there'll need to be some huge improvements.
Jun 25, 2011
Getting more functional. Needs add new note with widget to do so. Basic edit needs work.
Mar 27, 2011
Works great -- can't wait for them to add "Edit from the Droid" to the functionality.
Jan 31, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 19, 2014
Sogood
A Google User
May 8, 2014
Works well on S3 WiFi syncs both ways, only takes a few seconds. This is a lot better the MS version. I'm able to get by with the this app most days, which means I don't need to carry the tablet anymore.
A Google User
Apr 10, 2014
I Hd been using in my lapee. Hope it works WD android.
A Google User
Mar 24, 2014
Will buy when dev adds vital features For the full-version price the dev is asking, this free version (last updated 14 months ago, btw) is not a very convincing showcase of the app's abilities. Many complain about the price and the fact that one needs to purchase separate apps for tablet and phone. I say the price would be reasonable, but only if the following *BASIC* functionality issues are corrected in ALL versions: 1) 2013 support. No one wants to fool around with converting their stuff to 2010 format when they paid for 2013. 2) Syncing bugs and idiosyncrasies. Yeah, sorry, I know some of this might be user error or Microsoft error, but it's still the job of a good developer to set up the app so as to minimize these factors. 3) Better integration with other Android apps. Additionally, the phone UI could use a little more polish, but it's still pretty good. Better than the MS app, anyway. Here's hoping this guy or someone else steps up to either do it right or give him some competition. I wouldn't count on MS themselves to be serious about supporting the Android platform.
A Google User
Feb 18, 2014
No support for 2013 version of one note Why would anyone what to covert everything to 2010 to make it work that suck. This app needs to get on the ball and create and update. Quickly uninstalled this useless app!