ZDNet App Wrap: 13 February 2012

ZDNet App Wrap: 13 February 2012

Summary: There are always cool new apps coming out, so it's hard to keep up. ZDNet Australia brings you a taste of some of the apps that have surfaced or been updated recently.


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  • (Credit: Microsoft)

    OneNote Mobile

    Price: Free
    Platform: Android

    Microsoft has finally brought OneNote to Android with OneNote Mobile for all of your notes. You can create notes with pictures, text, bullets and checklists. You can't handwrite, which is a bit irritating, but you can sync your notes with SkyDrive so that you can access and edit them from any device with a web browser. With the free version, you can create and edit up to 500 notes; after this, you'll have to pay for the premium version if you want more.

  • (Credit: Vonage)

    Vonage Mobile

    Price: Free
    Platform: iOS (iPhone), Android

    Vonage has rolled out Vonage Mobile, a new iPhone and Android app that allows for texts and calls to anyone with rates that undercut Skype. The app also provides free international VoIP calls and free text messages to any other phone with the app installed.

Topics: Android, Apple, Apps, Google, iPhone

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