Now that iOS 9 has officially rolled out to the masses, it is the turn for software developers to roll out new and updated versions of their apps which will be compatible with iOS 9, of course. The OneNote team from Microsoft has revealed an update for all of its iOS 9 users, where there will be added functionality which will complement the latest mobile operating system version from Apple. Other than having additional tools, Microsoft has confirmed that there will be support for the upcoming iPad Pro as well as Apple Pencil, the very first stylus for the iPad to be released.

Some of the features that accompany this particular update will include the likes of Spotlight search as well as Split view, not to mention improved support for Arabic and Hebrew languages in iOS 9. You will be able to catch the launch video on YouTube as seen above to know more about the various updates in detail.

Do bear in mind that there were whispers of a ‘universal’ OneNote app for iOS that made its rounds in the previous month, which can be seen as additional proof that the note-taking software was certainly making its way deeper into the Apple ecosystem. [Press Release]

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