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By Microsoft Corporation

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OneDrive(formerly SkyDrive) for Mac is the easiest way to access your OneDrive from your Mac. When you install OneDrive, a OneDrive folder is created on your computer. Everything you put in this folder is automatically kept in sync between your computers (Mac or PC) and, so you can get to your latest files from virtually anywhere. Whenever you add, change, or delete files in one location, all the other locations will be updated.

•Access your OneDrive right from the Finder - photos, documents, and all your other important files.
•Quickly add new files to OneDrive by dragging them to the OneDrive folder.
•Easily organize your files and folders in OneDrive, just like any other folder.
•Choose the folders in your OneDrive that you want to sync on your Mac.

If you have previously installed the SkyDrive App, please remove the app from your applications folder.

What's New in Version 17.3.4724

Added support for darkmode.
Added an option for max file path issues to keep your login credentials.
General improvements to sync reliability.
Fixed issues that caused OneDrive to crash.
Improved file sync performance.Reduced CPU usage for startup.


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Customer Reviews

SLOW BUGGY MESS! Worst cloud service!!!!! Stay away

As I write this review I am still stuck trying to download 3.6 Megabytes of files, on my 25mbps download. I just added another folder to download and still NOTHING has shown up.

Sometime this app consumes 80% CPU to do nothing.

What a buggy mess, this has to be the worst could service for mac and for PC, I actually have other issues on PC when I use this too.

Broken on the mac and the pc.

Typical microsoft.

Forget the log files and broken promises from Microsoft.

OneDrive is broken, it's a horrible buggy insultingly bad excuse from Microsoft which seems fitting since I wouldn't expect anything good from the people that thought Mertro's UI was a good idea.

It's full of bugs, it doesn't sync properly on the PC or the MAC, infact the online version of OneDrive doesn't even work. The OCR functionality that the Microsoft blog brags about doesn't even work!

So if you want a full functioning OCR cross platform drive that actually works the only logical choice is google drive.

For instance, I just installed OneDrive and Google drive on the same mac. Google drive already downloaded 2 gigs of files, I can OCR them if needed. OneDrive is still "processing" and it's downloading less!!!!!

Microsoft's support is absolutely useless and the "Unlimited" space by onedrive+office365 isn't worth it!

I would much rather PAY google every month for 1tb because it is far superior to one drive's poor attempt to compete.

Great Cloud Service, But Has Bugs!

This app is a great way to connect Onedrive with your Mac! Especially now that we have a Onedrive compatible Office 2016 Preview out! The two make the use of onedrive useful! The only irk I have is that sometimes after waking from sleep, the “processing files” seems to be in an endless loop. I think this is because it was trying to connect with the cloud servers before wifi was reconnected after wake. The workaround at the moment is to simply turn wifi off and back on. Onedrive stops connecting and then reconnects correctly after a connection is established. However I would like to see a full bug fix for this soon, as after a while it gets a little annoying, though painless to fix.

File path limit is a show stopper

I put all of my work-related docs in cloud storage. I decided to migrate from Box to OneDrive for a better Windows experience (I use both platforms as I’m a SQL Developer). However, this app can’t sync my files because the path contains too many characters in some subfolders. The Box Sync app has no such limitation. I’m sure there are valid technical reasons as to why this is the case, but those design decisions should be revisted. HFS+/UFS does not have the same path name restrictions as NTFS. The Mac OS X app shouldn’t impose Windows-specific limitations. At the very least, the app should skip those files and continue syncing what it can. Currently, it just crashes.

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  • Free
  • Category: Productivity
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  • Version: 17.3.4724
  • Size: 6.3 MB
  • Languages: English, Bokmål, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese
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Compatibility: OS X 10.7.3 or later, 64-bit processor

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