Microsoft has produced a version of OneNote for the Apple iPhone, allowing users to record and manage notes and sound files on a meeting or topic through a single interface.
Microsoft said that OneNote for iPhone is similar to a port the company developed for its Windows Phone 7 platform. The tool uses an interface like a binder filing system which organises each folder as a selectable tablet.
All content generated on the mobile OneNote application can be backed up via Microsoft's SkyDrive online storage, and then relaunched on PC-based versions of OneNote.
"Today's release is another step in Office evolving to serve our 750 million customers worldwide," said Microsoft Office corporate vice president Takeshi Numoto in a blog post.
"Whether it's on a PC or Mac, a mobile phone or online through the Office Web Apps on multiple browsers, we continue to bring Office to the devices, platforms and operating systems our customers are using."
Microsoft is offering the application free of charge for a limited time on the iPhone App Store.
The rollout comes as tablets and smartphones are drawing increased interest as enterprise computing devices.
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