Yesterday, a special event in San Francisco, focused on mobile and cloud tips, Microsoft’s new CEO, Satya Nadella, has finally unveiled the much-awaited Microsoft Office apps -(Word, Excel and PowerPoint) for the iPad. As expected, you can view and open Office documents for free, but if you want to create and edit, then you will need a Office 365 subscription. At the event, it was announced that all three apps will support Microsoft’s own note taking app OneNote and cloud storage service OneDrive. Subsequently, today, the official iOS app has been updated to bring these new changes and some new features.
Version 2.2 of OneNote for iPad has been redesigned for iOS 7 and an important improvement has been brought to photos of whiteboards and documents as they are now auto-cropped and enhanced. Of course, a number of other bug fixes and performance improvements has been put in place, as well.
The new design meets the iOS 7 language and is also aligned with the new Microsoft Office apps, as all of them require iOS 7 to run. The app comes with a size of almost 200 megabytes and can be downloaded for free by following the link from below to the iTunes Store. However, do keep in mind that OneNote comes as a separate app for both the iPhone and iPad.
Source: OneNote on iTunes