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• Easily find photos thanks to automatic tagging.
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• Access your most important files offline.

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What's New

Version 10.8

This update contains bug fixes and stability improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5

64.1K Ratings

64.1K Ratings

I can search by Tags! Excellent!

Grandpa Snarf

I am very glad and excited to have an iOS app that allows me to search my thousands of family photos with descriptive tags (EXIF data)! I have asked Dropbox to do this multiple times and they haven’t yet. But, there are a few more things OneDrive still needs to do. One, allow me to finger swipe from photo to photo search results. Two, allow me to sort the search results by file name and/or Date Taken (it appears to sort by date modified, that is of no value to me.). Three, take the 40 results limit off the photo search. I see it was just reduced from a limit of 50. There is probably a resource concern with this but I just can’t tell if what I’m looking is there with any limit. Four, display Date Taken on each photo when opening a folder. The date sort seems to be based on Date Taken but displays a different date. Again, date created, modified, added have little value to me managing photos.
I suspect there are few other things but these are the ones that are keeping me from subscribing.
The Tag search capability is truly a powerful and very appreciated feature. I hope OneDrive will consider my suggestions.

Solid update with the recent version


The most recent update is everything I hoped for. I stuck by OneDrive as they slowly made their way to full iOS support. The recent update takes it the rest of the way - it is outstanding.

OneDrive for iOS is no longer a second class citizen. The OneDrive app is solid, with support for document previews, Live Photos, caching and better sorting. Drag and drop is also robust and well implemented. Don’t use it as much at the moment on my iPhone but found it pretty intuitive on the iPad.

OneDrive is now also fully integrated in Files, if you prefer that. Surprisingly I’m now finding I prefer OneDrive app interface instead - better organization features than Files. Still, it’s nice to use files to throw apps between cloud services and local storage in a unified interface.

Good but...

Sifu Emir

Update 10.5:

Please make thumbnail view available systemwide with one setting.

Kindly understand that some people want to have all their files and folders in thumbnail view and right now there is no way to do that..!

Solved Issue:

Sharing option chooses “can edit” by default and there is no way to change it to “view only” unless you remove access and before sharing choose an email so during this you can choose “view only”.

The problem is I want to have the link created by default for “view only” without the option of having the recipient’s email since I may want to send the link using iMessage instead of email..!

Previous Review:

First of all this is a good and working app.

Still Existing Issue:

The one problem that I found is that if you select thumbnail view it only stays that way for the folder you are in at that time and it does not change throughout the entire cloud.

All of the other competitors such as Apple iCloud and Google Drive has the opposite..!

Solved Issue:

The other thing is that I wish to Microsoft to change is this square shape thing they love and promote everywhere and I understand they think this is different and I know it looks like a window therefore they are promoting Microsoft Windows at the same time but for God's sake it is just pure ugly :-)


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277 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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Age Rating
Rated 4+
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In-App Purchases
  1. Office 365 $6.99
  2. Office 365 $9.99
  3. OneDrive + 100 $27.99


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