Wintel cliff

December 15, 2012

wintel share of the marketThe new Mary Meeker’s Presentation On The State Of The Web contains a slide that’s basically a snapshot of a gigantic landslide.

It took Microsoft 10 years to go from zero to 80% of the market and it will take even fewer years to go from 95% to 15% or less.




Windows 8

October 26, 2012

This headline says it all…

MobileNoter for BlackBerry released

October 9, 2012

Finally, MobileNoter has been released for the BlackBerry platform! It works on BlackBerry PlayBook tablets. We don’t have plans to migrate it to BlackBerry phones as of now, but anything is possible in the future. Needless to say, MobileNoter is the only solution available for BlackBerry users, who need to be able to work with their Onenote notebooks.

Concept of OneNote dedicated phone

October 2, 2012

Another day, another cool concept of a phone. This time it is a 5.5 inch “phablet“, a phone-tablet hybrid, dedicated specifically to OneNote MX. The phone would be obviously manufactured by Nokia, carry Windows 8, and compete with Samsung Galaxy Note family. BTW, Samsung sold over 10 millions of those, which is a number Nokia can only envy of. The source of this and other nice phone concepts is here.

MobileNoter SE HD 4.2 for Android released

September 17, 2012

As promised, we released a new update for Android tablets. This is the best version of MobileNoter ever, and the best way to work with OneNote on Android.

MobileNoter SE 4.2 for Android released

September 8, 2012

This new release is a significant improvement over the previous one:

– Ability to add new pages was added (previously one could add new sections only);

– If there is an update conflict during sync, the user is notified and she gets to decide which version of data should have the priority;

– Minor bug fixes.

This cool version is coming to Android tablets and iOS in like a couple of weeks!

MobileNoter SE 4.1 for Android released. Incremental sync is out!

August 15, 2012

Finally, incremental sync has been implemented in MobileNoter. Incremental sync means that only changed notes are synchronized with the note storage, like SkyDrive. This greatly speeds up the sync, saves data traffic and phone battery. More details about this release are here.

Also, for all the people with BlackBerry PlayBooks out there – your wait is going to be over in a couple of weeks. MobileNoter is coming to BlackBerry. To the best of our knowledge Microsoft is not going to release OneNote for BlackBerry, so MobileNoter is for the rescue.