Microsoft has finally launched the Mac version of its cloud-based note taking platform OneNote on Monday (March 17th). In addition to the Mac version of OneNote, the company also announced Windows versions of the software to users for free.
Before this new version was announced the full version of the application was only available to users who paid for the full Office Productivity suite of software, though mobile and web versions were already free.
Microsoft made a blog post detailing the news of the new applications saying: “It’s designed for personal and school use, it’s totally ad-free and there’s no limit on how long you can use it because it’s not just a trial,” they also mentioned that, “Everything you create in the free PC and Mac clients are synced to OneDrive, so you can access them from your phone and tablet too.”
If the new features of the applications got you all confused, Microsoft’s OneNote team will be conducting a webinar, Twitter Q & A and a Reddit AMA later this week to answer questions from users and discuss the new features.