Microsoft has announced that its OneNote application is now available on the Amazon AppStore for Android, meaning owners of the firm’s Kindle Fire or Fire phone can access the note-taking application.
Microsoft announced the availability on a blog post on Thursday, explaining that it was making good on its promise to ensure any users with any device can access and use Microsoft software.
“If you have a Kindle Fire or a Fire phone, you can now use OneNote to capture or access thoughts, ideas and to-do’s while on the go. OneNote is a free download and can also be used on Android phones and tablets running Android OS 4.0 and up,” the team said.
They also promised there would be regular updates for the service, in order to bring new features and functionalities as users continue to do more work on their mobiles, powered by the cloud.
“We’re excited that people will be able to use OneNote on their brand new Fire phone and Kindle Fire, and we’re committed to improving the app with regular updates."
So far three people have left reviews for the app, with all praising its arrival in the Amazon ecosystem, although whether all users are as positive will remain to be seen.
The arrival comes at the same time that Amazon announced a quarterly loss of $126m for the last three months, although it did tout growth of its Amazon Web Services division, as demand for its cloud infrastructure and services continues to rise.
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