Dark mode is now live on the Microsoft OneNote app on iOS devices

Brad Stephenson

After being tested last week, the dark mode feature has finally launched on the iOS version of Microsoft’s One Note app with today’s update.
This update brings the OneNote app to Version 16.30. Here’s the full release notes:

Go easy on your eyes with Dark Mode: Switch to Dark Mode in low light environments or whenever you want to increase the legibility of the OneNote user interface and the readability of your notes.

Thanks for using OneNote! We listened to your feedback and updated the application with optimizations to help improve your note taking experience.

Having trouble? Send feedback in the app (OneNote->Settings->Send Feedback)

Microsoft has begun adding dark mode to a variety of its apps on numerous platforms. Sticky Notes gained a dark mode earlier this month in a beta test and the rest of the Microsoft Office iOS apps are expected to get it any day now.

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