After Dropbox made some important changes to its service recently, Microsoft has joined the party with its OneDrive app. The company is pushing out updates for OneDrive across multiple platforms, although the changes that the updates bring aren’t uniform. The biggest change has been to the Android version (sorry Windows Phone users), adding multiple new features. Here are the changelogs:

OneDrive Android:

  • Pin code lock
  • OneDrive for Business support
  • Sign in with both your personal OneDrive and your OneDrive for Business accounts
  • Organize and open your OneDrive for Business files
  • Save new files to your OneDrive for Business account
  • Updates to camera backup
  • Open OneDrive files with the storage access framework


OneDrive Windows Phone:

  • Recycle bin access
  • Bug fixes and stability improvements


OnDrive iOS:

  • Updated Shared view
  • A new Photos view of all the photos in your OneDrive (note: You can still find all your screenshots in your Camera Roll folder)
  • The ability to select multiple files to share together
  • File and folder search
  • New account setup within the app
  • Bug fixes and stability improvements

The update for Android now supports Pin code lock and adds OneDrive for Business support. You can also open OneDrive files through other apps now. The ioS version gets a new shared view and file and folder search. Windows Phone version gains the least adding only recycle bin access in the latest update. Download the app at the links below.



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