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OneNote for Android/iOS handicapped?

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So I have an iPad and an Android tablet, but what I noticed when I download OneNote on either of them is that the app functions like notepad with folders. Seriously, I download the Windows 8 metro version of OneNote on my PC and I can draw pictures with my finger, but on my android tablet I can't even create sections? Am I missing something?
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As of yet, OneNote for android doesn't support pen input devices. It supports those capacitive pens, but that's due to is merely mimicking your finger.
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