Remember the days when you used to carry around a beat-up notebook everywhere with you, overflowing with to-do lists, old phone numbers, maps, and budgeting? Microsoft's OneNote is an app designed to replace said scraps of paper. Not only does it provide you with blank slates to jot down anything you need to remember, it also syncs whatever data you input across all your devices by linking it to you Microsoft account.
That's the big caveat, in fact: you'll need a Microsoft account in order to use OneNote, which means you'll need to hand some personal data over to the hands of Bill Gates. As long as that's palatable, then you'll get access to a digital notebook with infinite pages, wherein you can easily store your lists, notes, plans, ideas, and just about anything you'd like to organize and remember. You can even record audio and add photos, plus handwrite notes to save as images.
OneNote is a highly functional notekeeping app. If you're using multiple devices (who isn't, these days?), it could be an elegant solution - especially if you already have a Microsoft account.
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by Janel , Appszoom
Aug 20, 2014