OneDrive - Cloud storage for files & photos
By Microsoft Corporation
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OneDrive is the one place for everything in your work and personal life. It gives you free online storage for all of your personal files so that you can get to them from your iOS device, computer (PC or Mac) and any other devices you use. With OneDrive for Business, you also get storage for your work files so that you can share and collaborate on them with other people at your workplace or school/university. The OneDrive app for iOS lets you easily work with your personal and work files when you’re on the go:
• Browse all of your OneDrive files and files shared with you.
• Automatically upload photos and videos to your personal OneDrive account using Camera backup.
• Share your files.
• Move, delete and rename files, and create new folders.
• Open your OneDrive files in other apps, including Office apps.
• Quickly access documents that you've recently opened.
• Search for your files and folders.
Note: To be able to sign in to OneDrive for Business, your organisation needs to have a qualifying SharePoint Online or Office 365 business subscription plan. You can't sign in with an account from an on-premises directory.
What's New in Version 6.8
- Your lines have never looked so smooth! PDF annotations are now pressure sensitive, including support for Apple Pencil and 3D Touch displays.
- Plenty of bug fixes and stability improvements.
Note: If you are experiencing issues with the app, please report the issue by shaking your device or clicking "Contact Us" in settings.
Just needs one more feature
Love one drive, use it several times a day. The iPhone app is great but just needs to be able to open zip folders within the app.
I upload a lot of zipped folders because it makes it easier to share sets of different documents with off-site team members than sharing each file individually. But in the current mobile app I can't open those zipped folders to view and edit on my phone or iPad while on the move.
It is possible to open zipped files on iOS (and I currently use a separate app to do so) but it would be nice to have the ability baked in to one drive.
If a photo back up service can't run in the back ground, then it's rubbish
I use several different cloud service and decide to use Onedrive for photo back up because it provides more cloud space. But why the function cannot run in the background?? Please use your brilliant mind to tell me how you can take a photo and use one drive at the same time?? And also every sometime when I open the app it says something wrong with my login and all the back up function has been stopped !! Can you understand the pain that I have 899 pics to be uploaded and I have to keep the phone awake for several hours??
Good but issues
Keeps forgetting OneDrive for business login details, should be persistent.
Suggest allow camera roll feature to a designated OneDrive for business folder including sharing of photo folders, do not wish to use two types of OneDrives! Never mind the hugely awkward situation of a Microsoft account and a separate Office 365 Business account. If Apple and Google can make do with one linked account why can't Microsoft??
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: 19 January 2016
- Version: 6.8
- Size: 85.1 MB
- Languages: English, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
- Developer: Microsoft Corporation
- © 2015 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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