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Microsoft One Note for Android, now available under Beta Testing Officially – Download Now

Microsoft One Note for Android is now a reality. If you are an avid user of Microsoft One Note and use Android smartphone, then it’s time for you to download this app before it even hits the PLAY Store. All thanks to the Google’s alpha / beta testing program which allows users to sign up for testing the apps. Microsoft is publicly testing a beta version of One Note which is a note taking app. While we already have the likes of Google Keep for android which was released in last quarter along with the hundreds of other note taking apps, it will be interesting to see on how this One Note will fare in this note taking apps.

This app was initially available to the select users of Android under the Alpha trial and is now been expanded to Public for beta testing. Microsoft One Note app is a free app and is already available in Windows and iOS platforms. Currently it supports virtually all OS versions above ICS but we still doesn’t have the exact list of devices which is supported by this app. The app size is of around 21MB and seemed pretty much close to stable with no discoverable bugs till now.

How to Get Microsoft One Note Android App?

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  • Once you opt to become a tester, you then will have to download the app from the Google App Store.  The final version of this app is expected to be released towards end of this month with no major changes as its working fine and as desired till now.

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Do let us know in the comments section on how was your experience with the Microsoft One Note app which is now available for Android.

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