If you are a OneNote addict and an iPad user and haven't yet discovered Outline+, now is the time to take the plunge. This already excellent OneNote app for the iPad received an updated recently that brings a host of new features, including support for SkyDrive, external keyboards, inking, and sharing via PDF.
Before the app was updated, you could sync Outline+ with your OneNote notes via Dropbox or iTunes, but given the fact that OneNote and SkyDrive both sprang from the loins of Microsoft, it's probably a good guess that there are people out there who use both services. Thus, it ought to please many that you can now sync your notes in Outline+ via SkyDrive, greatly enhancing your ability to collaborate with others or just access the notes across your devices, whether it be iPad, PC, or Mac.
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To grab a OneNote notebook from SkyDrive to edit in Outline+, tap the download button at the bottom of Outline+'s home screen and you'll see four "Open from" options: Dropbox, Box, SkyDrive, and iTunes. After signing in to your Microsoft account, you'll see a list of OneNote notebooks listed. Tap one to open it in Outline+.