Version
1.0
Version
4.3
Version
4.3

iPhone application

Video Tutorial

Home screen

Let's take a closer look at the MobileNoter application interface. When you launch the application, you will see this screen:

MobileNoter for iPhone Home Screen

OneNote notebooks

Tap on the notebook name to see its contents:

List of OneNote notebooks

You can collapse sections or section groups by tapping on them.
You can collapse or expand all sections using buttons in the bottom toolbar.

Each section now has a button + on its title. Tapping on the button + creates a new page:

MobileNoter for iPhone new page

Please note that now you can define and edit page titles.

In addition to creating new pages it is also possible to delete them. To do this, tap on the button "Edit" while viewing a notebook:

MobileNoter for iPhone delete page

Here you can choose the pages you want to delete.

Also you can move the newly created page inside the notebook if this notebook haven't been synchronized yet. Such pages are marked with a special symbol. =

MobileNoter for iPhone new page

To switch back to viewing mode, tap on the "View" button.

To open a page, tap on its title. Your pages look the same way as in OneNote, formatting is preserved.

You can scroll the page using your finger, pinch zoom or double tap to zoom-in or zoom-out a specific place.

To start editing a page, you have to switch to the Edit mode. Just push the "Edit" button at the right top corner.

Now you can edit and create text blocks; add, move and delete images or the whole outlines; draw on your pages using the inking feature; record an audio.

If you want to edit existing text, it's more convenient to zoom in and tap on text where you want to place the cursor. While editing the text, you can adjust some formatting options, like font size, color or style. Also it is possible to create lists. Buttons with arrows are used to move the cursor.

OneNote page in MobileNoter for iPhone

To start editing a page, you have to switch to the Edit mode. Just push the "Edit" button in the right top corner.

Now you can edit and create text blocks; add, move and delete images or the whole outlines; draw on your pages using the inking feature; record audio.

If you want to edit existing text, it's more convenient to zoom in and tap on a text where you want to place the cursor. The "T" button is used to create new text blocks. While editing the text, you can adjust some formatting options, like font size, color or style. Also it is possible to create lists. Buttons with arrows are used to move the cursor.

Text formatting on the OneNote page in MobileNoter for iPhone

You can add an image to your page from Saved Photos or take a new picture by iPhone's camera.

Adding an image to the OneNote page in MobileNoter for iPhone

After you added a picture you’re able to move, resize or delete it. You may delete pictures or handwritings or even the whole outlines, which were created earlier, too.

An image on the OneNote page in MobileNoter for iPhone

You may draw in your notes using our inking function, which is fully compatible with inks in OneNote. Enter the editing mode and tap on the button with pencil to start drawing:

Inks in MobileNoter for iPhone

You may select a color you like more:

Inks color select in MobileNoter for iPhone

After you've finished drawing, tap on the button with pencil once more. You may delete your drawing later, like any other image.

To create an audio recording you need to tap on the button with microphone:

Audio in MobileNoter for iPhone

Recording progress is indicated at the bottom of the screen and the audio file is created on your page. You can pause the process or finish it using the Stop button. It's possible to move or delete audio files like any other object in MobileNoter.

Quick Notes

The Quick Notes function is designed for taking short notes, which you may send to OneNote.

You can create new notes, view, edit and delete existing Quick Notes. All Quick Notes are being synced automatically during each sync process. In OneNote you can find them in the notebook called “Mobile Noter”.

You can add up to 4 pictures to your Quick Note from the library or by taking new ones by an iPhone camera.

Quick notes

Settings

Tap on a button with gears to open the Settings form. Here you may set up a type of synchronization you are going to use and set a passcode lock on the application.

Settings Wi-Fi Sync Cloud sync

To additionally protect your data you can setup a passcode that MobileNoter will ask you to enter on every start.

Passcode lock