Microsoft OneNote 1.3
Was it silly to think this would remain free? I guess it was. MS, you almost had my respect. OneNote has always been under-appreciated. Was thinking that might change. But, alas, you had to put a limit on the number of notes. Stupid. You`ll never learn what it takes to compete and lead in the mobile space.
Upgrade Removes Functionality, Forces Purchase
One Note has always been an okay app…not the best, but good enough.
The description for the latest upgrade mentions the iPad app and improved functionality. What it DOESN`T mention is that if you have 500 or more notes it *removes* the ability to edit existing notes or add new notes.
So I`ve upgraded and now I can`t do anything until I pay. Bad form Microsoft
Nice to finally have an iPad version available. Works ok, but is disappointing since attachments aren`t available (only shows "embedded attachments" where they are supposed to appear. This eliminates one of the huge advantages of OneNote - bringing together various files and notes on a common subject. I`ll be sticking with MobileNoter - which handles this quite well.
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