Microsoft’s mobile ambitions loom ever larger, with more and more features for their phone-based software making their mark. OneNote, both for Android and iOS, is the latest to get a few new check-boxes and the differing features are both… pretty damned nifty.

Android users are going to be getting what is called the OneNote badge, a little icon that can be positioned on your phone’s screen which will allow immediate access to OneNote, no matter what you’re doing. Handy for making notes while distracted by other apps or websites.

iOS users, on the other hand, will find that OneNote now supports Apple’s 3D Touch technology, meaning that a long screen-press on the app icon will now reward users with a set of context-sensitive actions. Oh, and the company have re-optimised the app to work better on the new iPad Pro. If you’re into that sort of thing, of course.

There are a few other changes on hand, you can find those at the source link below.

Source: Microsoft

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