Microsoft’s OneDrive gains improved PDF annotating on Apple’s iOS devices

Brad Stephenson

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The iOS OneDrive app received an update today that pushed it to Version 10.42.3 and saw some minor, but important, changes. This update improved the process for purchasing OneDrive Premium plans from within the app and also added support for 0.5pt inking when annotating a PDF file.

Here’s the full release notes:

  • Several accessibility improvements were made to the Premium purchase experience. Now, when you are in the switch user account menu, swipe navigation will navigate to Go Premium button. Also, when on the Premium plans page, the plans slider will update to read selected value when you swipe up or down to adjust the value.
  • We hear your feedback and are working hard to improve our PDF annotation experience. In this release, we now support 0.5pt width inking, and you can now navigate, while in annotation mode, by using two fingers.

OneDrive is Microsoft’s cloud solution for backing up and sharing files and collaboration. There are official OneDrive apps for Windows 10 Mobile and PC, Android, and iOS devices.

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