A Review of OneNote for Macintosh versus Evernote

About a month ago, I wrote an article at http://goo.gl/vpRSYd describing Microsoft’s new Free OneNote for Macintosh. I wrote, “For some time, [OneNote] was the best free-form note taking application available. However, in recent years, free programs, including Evernote and Google Keep, have become much more popular, especially amongst consumers. Also, OneNote did not have a Macintosh version until today.”

Now MacWorld has published a comparison of OneNote for Macintosh and its biggest competitor: Evernote. You can read the review at http://goo.gl/vhWjmT.

Spoiler alert: the anonymous reviewer at MacWorld wasn’t impressed with OneNote.

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MagicalPad is a similar app for the mac and iPad, it has some unique features that makes it better for me. Mind mapping and task management are more robust. Check out MagicalPad on the mac app store.

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