Yesterday Apple rolled out their highly anticipated new mobile operating system in the form of iOS 9 and if you are a Microsoft OneNote user you can now benefit from the OneNote for iOS update which brings with it several new features for iOS 9 users to enjoy.
Now that Apple has officially rolled out its new iOS 9 Split View functionality, OneNote users can open other applications directly next to the Microsoft note taking app making it easier than ever to multitask on iPads.
Watch the promotional video below to see how OneNote for Mac and your iOS devices can work side-by-side.
More details on all the new features that you can expect to enjoy within the latest OneNote for iOS application update, jump over to the official Microsoft Office blog via the link below. Microsoft explains more about the new features in the latest OneNote for iOS:
We’ve added support for Spotlight to OneNote on iOS 9. Pop open search and start typing to jump directly to your notes. We’ll even search through images, PDFs and handwriting.
Previously, we moved the page list to the left side of the screen to improve handwriting for right-handed users. You can now choose to have it on the right or the left side. Twice as many choices, 100 percent more satisfied lefties!
In the last release, our typographically inclined users let us know we hadn’t lived up to our excellent reputation for font rendering. We dug out our linoleum blocks and resolved the issue (a fix for Mac is in the pipeline). Prepare your sharpener for November—we’ll have Apple Pencil and iPad Pro support ready, waiting for you.