Microsoft released OneNote for iPhone. Guess how we feel?

We feel excited! For one, it’s a shame that Microsoft didn’t bring a gun to a gun fight:

Yes, that’s a true screenshot of Microsoft OneNote application page from AppStore.

For two, our site traffic and sales are peaking. This is kind of marketing of our MobileNoter that we could never hope for. Stay tuned for more news about this release.

How does Microsoft feel? I guess somewhere along these lines:
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3 Responses to Microsoft released OneNote for iPhone. Guess how we feel?

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