Microsoft has announced that OneNote has been revised and the service now provides a more uniform experience on all platforms.
A long time ago, Evernote was my favorite platform for notes, then the OneNote service was replaced. In the meantime, the iOS Notes app, which has been useful since iOS 9, is enough. Here, however, unfortunately, support for Android and Windows is missing, so OneNote is still an option in the back end.
Microsoft has announced in a blog entry that the service has somewhat revised and the design has been significantly optimized. This is particularly noticeable when navigating the app. I like it. The new design is to be available on all platforms in the coming weeks, according to Microsoft.