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If you’re a fan of OneNote – I sure am – and you also use it on an iOS device, then you’re going to like what the latest update brings you: namely, the ability to create new SkyDrive notebooks and edit sections on the iPad.
As the OneNote Blog reports, if you already have OneNote installed on your iOS device, the update is available in the "Updates" tab in the App Store. If you don’t have it, download OneNote for iPad or OneNote for iPhone from the App Store.
OneNote for iPad now has full support for creating new SkyDrive notebooks, and you can now add, rename and delete sections. OneNote for iPhone users can also now look forward to the app being half its download size. Another bonus on both the iPad and iPhone from this release: support for automatic list detection, so you can spend less time formatting your content.
Read the rest of the update’s improvements over on the OneNote Blog, where you can also find out where to give feedback to the OneNote team (they do listen!) and ask questions about the app.
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Athima Chansanchai Microsoft News Center Staff