Microsoft to Release Free OneNote for Mac App Later This Month?

Microsoft to Release Free OneNote for Mac App Later This Month?

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Microsoft is planning to release a free OneNote for Mac app later this month, reports The Verge. The application has been around for 10 years but Microsoft limited its availability to Windows users and only recently created versions for iOS, Android, and the web.

We understand that Microsoft will release the OneNote for Mac app for free, and the company is also planning to make the Windows desktop version available at no extra cost. This marks a significant change in the way Microsoft manages OneNote, unbundling it fully from the cost of Office. We’re told part of this free approach is targeted at competitors like Evernote, but Microsoft is also adding additional features to entice people away from the competition.

Similar to Evernote, the new OneNote application will offer a web clipper feature that lets users clip parts of webpages for insertion into a note. Browser extensions are reportedly being created for Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Firefox.

Microsoft is also expected to release Office for iPad in the coming weeks and Thorsten Hübschen who heads up Office in Germany says the company will release a new version of Office for Mac before the end of the year.

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Microsoft to Release Free OneNote for Mac App Later This Month?
RR - March 12, 2014 at 5:17pm
That's cool
K - March 12, 2014 at 4:08pm
No I don't want microshit after ruining anything "new" running with Mac.
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