Plenty has been written in praise of Microsoft OneNote - John Cirocco wrote this piece for us explaining how OneNote can be used for collecting information on just about anything.
OneNote is capable of holding text, images, website URLs, tables, PDFs. Information can be entered any way you like, with no page structure to worry about.
After making a splash on iOS earlier in the year, the popular tool has finally made the transition to Android devices.
"For all of you who’ve been asking (and patiently waiting) for a version of OneNote for your Android phones, we have great news: OneNote Mobile for Android is now available!", Microsoft boasted on its blog.
"...If you're already using OneNote on your PC, the mobile versions of OneNote let you take your notes with you - from simple lists and to-dos to full-fledged notebooks."
The Android version comes with all the OneNote essentials, including text formatting, images, and bulleted lists, to-do lists with clickable checkboxes, fast access to recent notes, quick photo capture with your phone's camera, offline access to your notes, support for external hyperlinks and table editing.
OneNote Mobile for Android allows you to store up to 500 notes for free. An unlimited notes upgrade carries a one-off fee of $4.99. To download the free app, visit to the Android Marketplace.