Microsoft’s OneNote app was updated to version 2.5.2 for iOS8. Now, you can insert file attachments and printouts stored in the cloud without leaving the app. You will need to install iOS8 and use cloud storage.
“In OneNote for iPad, tap Insert and then choose either File or PDF Printout; in OneNote for iPhone, tap anywhere on a page to bring up the keyboard, then tap the paperclip icon on the command bar above the keyboard. From here, choose your favorite cloud storage service—tap on Location if you don’t see it in the list—and you’ll be able to insert files into your notes!”
The ability to unlock your existing password protected sections in OneNote for iPhone, iPad, and Mac have been added too. “you can do all of those things right from your Apple devices! For example, create your holiday shopping list from your Mac and protect it with a password so nosey friends and family won’t find out what you’re getting them, then open it from your iPhone when you’re at the store.”
With a touch ID-enabled device, “you can now unlock password protected sections with your fingerprint. When you’re entering your password to unlock a section, simply enable the Touch ID switch and you’ll be able to unlock the section with your fingerprint in the future. (Be careful not to forget your password—you’ll need it if you want to change or remove the password or unlock the section from another device.)”
To learn more about the features, you can read the blog post from which many of the quotes above originated.