Microsoft has just released a couple of major updates for the iPhone and iPad editions of its OneNote note-taking software.
Now, both apps have been updated with the ability to insert files from iCloud and other cloud storage services using the iOS 8 document picker.
Both have also been updated with more password protection support. “You’re now able to create new password protected sections, and change or remove the password for existing protected section,” Microsoft notes.
In addition, Microsoft OneNote for iPhone now offers the ability to unlock password protected sections with your fingerprint via Touch ID.
The iPhone app now also lets you move and reorder pages in a section as well as manage subpages. What’s more, it has been optimized with native resolution support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
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