Microsoft OneNote is jumping one more step to a larger screen and now supports iPad. You can create various types of note and store in the cloud. Microsoft OneNote is available for iPad for free.
Actually Microsoft OneNote has already available for iPhone for awhile already and now Microsoft has updated OneNote to version 1.3 pushing it to support a larger screen and compatible with iPad. Starting from now iPad user can enjoy Microsoft OneNote.
Very simple, OneNote allow you to create notes in various way including text, list, photo in your favorite design. Microsoft OneNote gains benefit from Window Live that your notes will be directly stored on the cloud making it possible to access from other devices at anytime and anywhere. You must have a Windows Live account.
Microsoft OneNote is available for iPhone, iPod Touc and iPad with iOS 4.3+. UT us available for free on App Store.
Note: With this free account, user can access and create 500 notes to get more you need to get the full version.