The new OneNote for Android release includes handwriting support and "touch-friendly navigation," according to Microsoft officials.
Microsoft execs had told testers to expect the Android tablet version of OneNote to support digital inking, allowing users to take handwritten notes or draw with a stylus or finger; to add formatting options, including font types, font sizes, alignments and tags; and to allow users to move between notebooks, sections and pages with a swipe.
Microsoft also is rolling out a couple of other OneNote updates today.
There's also an update for Livescribe+ which adds auto-sending so users can set up any Livescribe notebook using their Livescribe 3 smartpens to automatically send handwritten notes to a specific notebook in OneNote.
There are now nine different OneNote clients: OneNote for Windows, Windows 8, Windows Phone, iOS, Mac OS X, Android phone, Android tablets, Amazon Fire Phone/Kindle Fire tablets and OneNote Online (for use with a variety of browsers).