Microsoft today pushed out a new update to its OneNote App for Android devices. The update is a major one and comes with Office Lens support and more for Android OneNote Users.

After the latest update OneNote users will now be able to integrate Office Lens making it easy for them to scan, crop and rotate photos, documents, business cards and more. The Integration now helps users to easily scan and share not only documents but photos and more directly from their Android devices.

You will also be able to now create different kinds of notes after the latest update. You would need to press and hold the OneNote icon to create different kinds of notes. However this option is only supported for users with Android version 7.1 and Above.

Remembering passwords sometimes could be a pain especially if you are using different passwords. Now with the latest OneNote update you will not be required to remember your password. The developers have now made it easy to login to OneNote by simply entering your phone number instead of password.

Apart from the above features there are the usual bug fixes and performance improvements made to the OneNote application for Android. The latest update can be downloaded by clicking the below Play Store link.

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