OneNote's enhanced design comes to Android phones

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Microsoft recently announced a fairly major update to OneNote recently. The company has already released the update in Windows 10, and it was supposed to start rolling out the new look to users on Android and iOS later on. Today, the company has started rolling out the enhanced design for the OneNote app to Android smartphones as well.  The new and improved OneNote design offers a simplified navigation system and improves accessibility for users with assistive technology across all platforms, and that includes Android phones, too.

In addition to the improved design, Microsoft is also bringing the OneNote Web Clipper to Android. The app now integrates into the share system for browsers, which means you can now save entire web pages to OneNote just like you can on the desktop thanks to the OneNote Web Clipper.

Here’s the full changelog:

  • We have updated the design of OneNote to simplify navigation controls and enhance usability for users who use assistive technology.
  • Save the web to OneNote and access it anywhere. Click on Share in your browser, and use the OneNote Web Clipper to clip websites, articles, recipes, and more.
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements

If you are a OneNote user on Android, you can grab the latest update for the app from the Google Play Store here.

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