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Microsoft OneNote Latest Version Full (Review)
With Microsoft’s release of OneNote for the Mac and iOS and its announcement that the Windows application is now free as well, the company has taken dead aim at the popular program Evernote.
The two applications now both work on the same platforms including mobile OSes such as Android iOS and Windows Phone sync your notes to your devices and include Web-based versions.
But they also have some very distinct differences. So which is better
I’m a long-time user of both applications, so I’ve taken a look at the latest version of each for Windows, OS X, iPad, iPhone and Android. (There is also a version for Windows Phones which I haven’t tried.)
This isn’t a deep-dive review, but rather a personal look on what I like and don’t much like about each — and the main points of differences between the two. I spend more time on the Windows version of each, but note similarities and differences in other versions as well.
OneNote vs. Evernote
OneNote has been around as part of Microsoft Office since 200, and it’s very much a full blown application. It lets you create simple or complex notes from scratch organize them into searchable
browsable notebooks and sync them among a variety of platforms including Windows PCs Macs iPads and iPhone Windows Phones, Android devices and the Web
It bristles with note-creation tools for drawing, recording audio and video, scanning images, embedding spreadsheets and reviewing the edits of others.
although the abilities of those tools differ somewhat depending on the platform. In fact its note creation tools are more comprehensive than Ever notes.