Washington, Mar. 18 ANI | 5 months ago

Microsoft has reportedly rolled out the first Mac version of its cloud-based note taking software OneNote, apart from announced it free of cost.


Earlier, OneNote- a Windows only software, was available to users who paid for the full Office Productivity suite of software.

The software maker said that OneNote has been designed for personal and school use, is totally ad-free and there's no limit on how long one could use it because it's not just a trial, Mashable reports.

However, Outlook integration, SharePoint support and other premium features would still only be available to paid subscribers.

(Posted on 18-03-2014)