Earlier, Microsoft unveiled the highly anticipated Office for iPad, iPhone and Android, which do feature a design related to the latest iOS 7.
Well, it seems its not just the Office for iPad which will get all the love from Microsoft, the Redmond-based company also seeded an update to Microsoft OneNote for iPad, bumping it to version 2.2, and introduced a few new things for the app.
The latest update brings a completely new design for Microsoft OneNote for iPad that goes very well with the look and feel of iOS 7 with a sleek and elegant interface. Along with the usual bug fixes, the app also auto-crops and enhances photos of whiteboards as well as the documents.
If you’re a regular user of Microsoft OneNote for iPad, now might be a good time to pay a visit to the App Store and update the app. Unlike Office for iPad, Microsoft OneNote is available for free in the App Store and is compatible with iPad and iPad Mini running iOS 7 or later.
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