Microsoft has released an iPad version of its OneNote productivity app accompanied by enhancements for the existing iPhone version of the app.
"We're happy to announce that today's new release of OneNote for iOS devices includes a version that's tailored for the iPad", stated the official OneNote blog.
The post further went on to add that following the success of the iPhone version of OneNote for iOS, there was an ever increasing demand for a version which can be easily used on the larger screen iPad.
OneNote is a note-taking utility tool which enables users to "create" as well as "edit" documents on the iPad. The app also helps to synchronise documents across various devices through Microsoft's SkyDrive cloud storage service.
The latest version of OneNote will extend support to the iPad and also the iPad 2. There are multiple new features, which are also supported by iPhone, including tabbed user interface; quick note creation in the Unfiled Notes section; integrated upgrade option; localisation into several new languages along with markets; improved Windows Live sign-in experience; table rendering and also the option to sync notebooks over a Wi-Fi connection.