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Microsoft's free OneNote vaults to top of Mac App Store chart

Gregg Keizer | March 20, 2014
Microsoft's OneNote jumped to the top of the free application chart on Apple's Mac App Store shortly after its Monday launch.

Moutran also said that Feedly and Microsoft collaborated on the Save to OneNote tool. "We worked with Microsoft engineers to integrate the Save to OneNote feature into Feedly and make it easy for Feedly Pro users to save content directly to their OneNote accounts," Moutran said in an email reply to questions Wednesday. "We utilized Microsoft's robust OneNote API [application programming interface], which is based on OAuth, REST and JSON, for the integration."

Feedly has a similar one-button link to Evernote, the popular note-taking application that OneNote appears to be gunning for. The Evernote connection is also available only to Pro customers.

"Feedly+Evernote is one of the most popular Feedly Pro features and will remain a Pro feature," said Moutran when asked whether the company had plans to push the tool into the free Feedly bucket, as it has at times done with other features.

OneNote for OS X can be downloaded from the Mac App Store; Feedly is available from a browser.

Microsoft's OneNote jumped to the top of Apple's Mac App Store chart within hours of its Monday debut.

 

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