Lucifer, call the furnace repairman: OneNote, free for Mac, iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows, and Windows Phone. the much-rumored iPad version of its popular Office productivity suite. Office for iPad includes the familiar , , and , available as individual downloads. Microsoft previously made another Office app,
Those wanting unrestricted use of the core Office iPad apps will be disappointed. Although anyone can download Office for iPad to harness it as a reading and presenting tool, access to editing features requires an subscription, like its iPhone sibling. Such subscriptions currently start at $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year for installation on up to 5 devices, but a 1-device plan will appear soon for $6.99 per month or $69.99 a year.
Microsoft today has good news for iPhone and Android users, as well: (businesses still need to pay). This brings those mobile apps in line with the also-gratis Office Mobile app for Windows Phone.
The announcement came at a San Francisco media event keynoted by Satya Nadella in his first major appearance as the company’s new chief executive.