App Offers iPad Users a OneNote Alternative

— August 06, 2012

Gorillized Corporation introduces Outline+, a new iPad app that enables editing and syncing Microsoft OneNote files between Windows and iOS devices. With wide distribution of OneNote in enterprises and colleges, its users have a demand for full support for their OneNote files on iPad, which Outline+ provides as an iPad replacement for OneNote users in the field or classroom.

According to the company, the main benefits of Outline+ include its user interface. User interaction with text and notes structure is re-thought from touch and all elements are optimized for Retina displays.

Outline+ also provides full customer support to its users and supports OneNote features and formatting in iOS. Notes and pages originally created in OneNote look the same in Outline+ as they did when they were created, including the transfer of layouts, formatting, links and images.


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