Microsoft unveiled version 1.3 of their OneNote app for iPhone on Monday.
The update brings performance and reliability updates to the existing application alongside table support. Microsoft also promises OneNote for iPad support with the latest 1.3 version. The iPad optimised version of OneNote does not appear to be available at the time of writing but the latest version brings a splash screen at start-up (see below), hinting that Microsoft will bake the support into the existing app. ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley notes that Microsoft’s description of the OneNote app for iOS indicates that an iPad version is on the way. “Microsoft OneNote for iPad is now available; download it from the iTunes App Store,” says a note on the Apple App Store description of OneNote 1.3 for iOS.
Microsoft previously shipped OneNote 1.2 in July, opening up the app to international markets. The update is part of a number of app updates and new applications for iOS by Microsoft. The software maker has delivered some new iOS applications in December and expect to see more before the month closes.
You can download the latest version of OneNote for iOS at Apple’s App Store.