Microsoft has been busy on the OneNote front lately, adding new stand alone versions of the note taking software for the Windows desktop and the Mac. Today, the Mac version got some new features in an update and the OneNote iPhone app also received a new version.
The Mac app now allows users to print notes for the first time, according to the Office blog, and there's a way to drag and drop images into the application, along with the ability to copy and paste text. The Mac app also adds Format Painter, which lets users quickly format text inside their notes. Finally, the new version lets users add a display name for any hyperlinks in their notes.
The iPhone port now allows owners to finally create new notebooks and sections for the first time, rather than just read them. The new version adds support for Office Lens, which lets users take pictures of objects that have text, like a whiteboard, and then search through the text via the app. Finally, the iPhone OneNote app has received some general improvements that "make note taking and navigation of your notes much more fluid and efficient" with iOS 7.
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