Why is the android version of OneNote so watered down?
For any religious user of Onenote on Windows, the contrast in functionality between the Windows version and the android version is just painful. Simple things like page size formatting (i.e. setting paper size preference - A3, A4, Letter size, Tabloid size etc) are not available on the Android app. These things matter when you want to print out your notes. It is super frustrating to have handwritten notes that randomly spill over onto the next page when you are trying to print out notes that were taken on the android version because you have no ability to limit the page sizes in android.
Other important features like the ability to draw shapes are missing as well. Of all things, this app cannot draw a simple straight line? Ridiculous, to say the least. Also, being stuck with only a stroke eraser is super frustrating. Surely, if an app like Squid can do all these simple yet necessary functions, why are they missing on the Android version of OneNote. Hopefully other serious developers can take advantage of this and develop note taking apps with all the necessary features we want. I will gladly pay for an app that does exactly what I want it do even if it means switching from OneNote to another app. OneNote on android is just a far cry from what it is supposed to be.
Luke Sewing commented
I am pretty disappointed with OneNote for android. The drawing functions are so limited with the android version. If I can find a good alternative I will switch to another note app. Why do they have this discrepancy between the IOS and WIndows app compared with the android app?