Microsoft has released updates to OneNote for iPhone and Mac today, bringing new features for its note taking software.
OneNote for iPhone now has three big changes, according to Microsoft’s Office blog:
- Ability to create new notebooks and sections from iPhone
- Integrated Office Lens: take pictures to scan into notes with OCR
- Redesigned for iOS 7
The app has also been reduced in size by around 20 percent and has better performance now too.
OneNote for Mac gets the following changes:
- Printing of notes
- Drag and drop images into new notes
- Format painter: content copy and pasted will be in the same format
- Copy and paste formatted rich content: for example copying from Word to Excel
- Hyperlink abilities within notes