Microsoft releases OneNote for iPhone in NZ

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After a US release in January, Microsoft has broadened the availability of its OneNote for iPhone app, offering it in New Zealand as well as Australia, the UK, Canada and Ireland.

The change coincides with the release of the note-taking software’s 1.2 update, which brings new search, synchronisation and sharing features.

OneNote will be a handy tool for iPhone owners who use Microsoft Office on their PC, and some commentators have speculated the release shows Microsoft is looking to make its business suite more accessible on other devices.

Go here to download the app.

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