OneNote for Android is receiving an update that is bringing with it a few new features, the most notable of those being dark mode. The addition of this feature follows that of OneDrive for Android, which also began receiving dark mode early this week. While some users running the beta version of the Android app received the ability to enable dark mode back in July 2019, the feature never made it to all users until now.
Microsoft has detailed the other features (spotted by Thurrott) that are making it to the app as part of this update. The dark mode feature is a welcome addition for those that use the app in dimly lit environments and those that prefer this theme. Apart from this addition, the app is also improving inking experience, brining bright new colors to the palette.
In addition to the aesthetic improvements, the app is receiving the ability to re-order the sections in the app. Users can tap and hold a section and place it in any desired order to better organize their sections and pages. Within the sections, a nifty addition is that users can now drag their finger down the page to sync their sections.
The Redmond giant also adds that it has improved copy/paste, undo/redo functionalities and has it made it easier to move objects accurately, based on user feedback. The update should be rolling out to all Android users gradually, so even if you are not seeing the update yet, it should show up in a couple of days.
You can download the OneNote app from the Google Play Store here.