I am not super-impressed with OneNote for iPad so far; more details to follow
Microsoft on Monday released an iPad version of OneNote as well as versions of its Lync corporate communications program for iOS, Android and Symbian.
It’s part of the difficult balancing act facing Microsoft in mobile. While Redmond does its most extensive work for its own Windows Phone operating system (and did so for Windows Mobile before that), the company knows it can’t afford to ignore the more dominant operating systems.
Microsoft Releases Mobile Phone Apps for Android, iOS - Ina Fried - Mobile - AllThingsD
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