Rocking a Kindle Fire or will you soon have a Fire phone? Then you're going to want to check out the new OneNote app that Microsoft just released. OneNote is Microsoft's cloud-based note-taking application and service that syncs your notes across every device you own. It's now available for free in the Amazon Appstore for Android.
Microsoft has worked hard the past few months to bring OneNote to the majority of platforms. It's currently available for Windows, Mac, Windows 8.1, Windows Phone, iOS, Android, Symbian and can be accessed through the web as well. Today you'll also get it on your Kindle Fire or Fire phone.
The app will allow Kindle Fire and Fire phone users to capture or access thoughts, ideas and to-do's while mobile. Hit up the download link below to grab OneNote for your Amazon device.
Via: OneNote blog
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