OneNote for iOS receives small update with default font choices, updated notifications

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Microsoft's iOS version of its notetaking solution OneNote is perhaps the best mobile version on any platform. In spite of some issues with syncing, OneNote Mobile for iOS is easy to use and offers the best overall feature set. Today, Microsoft released an update that adds two more features.

Here's the changelog for version 2.21.1:

** Default Font Obligations - You asked, we answered: changing the default font is now possible
** "Swipe Left" - Latest notification just not your type? Swipe left to banish it from your Notification Center

Those aren't major features, but they continue Microsoft's pattern of producing and then perfecting excellent iOS apps. If you're already using OneNote on your iOS device, then go to the App Store and hit the update button. Otherwise, give OneNote for iOS a shot by clicking the link below.

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