OneNote for Android gets undo and redo support, can rename sections, and more

Mark Coppock

OneNote Android

If you’re someone who uses a variety of devices, then you have to be a fan of Microsoft’s cross-platform support. Office 365, Skype, Cortana, and a host of apps and service work on iOS and Android to go along with the Windows 10 ecosystem. That’s a good thing, and today Microsoft’s excellent note-taking app OneNote received a nice update on Android.

Here’s the changelog for the latest version:

1. Undo. Redo. Undo. Redo.
Minds are for changing! Use the undo and redo actions to rewrite history.
2. Rename sections
Keep your notes organized anytime by updating the names of your sections
3. Re-enabled support for autocorrect on the Google keyboard
4. Bug fixes and performance improvements

Those are some nifty update for an app that’s already just as functional on Android as it is everywhere else. Let us know in the comments if this new functionality is at all useful for you.