Microsoft’s OneNote app gets completely redesigned on iOS

If you’re part of the Office Insiders group, then you already know what’s new in the latest version of OneNote for iOS. Microsoft released a major update for the application a few weeks ago, but the new features were only available to beta testers.

Today, OneNote version 16.0 has been officially released in the App Store, so everyone can give it a try and check out the improvements added by developers. However, the first thing you’ll notice is the complete re-design of the iOS application.

Microsoft changed the way notes are organized by improving the layout. For example, notebooks, sections, and pages are now grouped in columns on the side of the application so that they can be browsed easier with screen readers or keyboards. You can find the full changelog below:

Experience the redesigned look and feel of OneNote: It’s easier than ever to organize your notes with an improved layout. All of your notebooks, sections, and pages can be found in columns on the side of the app, efficiently navigable with screen readers, keyboards, and more.

All visual changes included in the update are available on iPhones and iPads, so make sure to update to the latest OneNote version to benefit from the latest improvements added by Microsoft.