After trying to ignore or repel the iPad for years, Microsoft has finally come around and released an Office app for Apple’s tablet with <a target="_blank" href="http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/microsoft-onenote-for-ipad/id478105721">OneNote for iPad</a>. The app is free but limited. For starters, it comes with a limit of 500 notes, after which you’ll need to make a $14.99 in-app purchase to continue taking notes. For another, it feels as if Microsoft was afraid to let iPad users go full-bore with OneNote, holding some key features back and forcing you to use the PC or Web app for seemingly basic tasks such as creating new notebooks and sections, organizing notes, and assigning tags. For current OneNote users that have an <a target="_blank" href="http://www.tabletpcreview.com/default.asp?newsID=2068&review=apple+ipad+2+ios" title="Apple iPad Review">Apple iPad</a>, it’s worth checking out, which isn’t high praise for a free app. For all others, it’s unlikely you’ll find OneNote for iPad up to the note-taking challenge.Read the full content of this Article: Microsoft OneNote for Apple iPad ReviewRelated Articles:PressReader App Review: An App Replacement for News Sites? iOS 5 for Apple iPad Review Quickoffice Pro HD Review: Bringing Office to the iPadGoogle Docs for Honeycomb Tablets ReviewWhat are the Best iPad PDF Apps?