In keeping with the other new productivity apps it rolled out for iPad earlier today, Microsoft has updated OneNote with a new design that’s a better fit for iOS 7. It feels right at home next to the brand new Word, PowerPoint, and Excel apps, which makes sense since OneNote is also part of the Office suite. Sadly the smaller iPhone version hasn’t yet received the same update; its appearance is still unchanged (and thus a bit outdated). OneNote for iOS was widely panned when Microsoft first introduced the app in 2011, but the company has gradually worked to improve it since then.

Microsoft is clearly making a play to establish Office as a productivity force on the iPad, and OneNote has already proven wildly popular with users. The…

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