OneDrive for iOS app updated with Share extension, more

Arif Bacchus

OneDrive iOS

No matter what type of device you own, or what platform you’re running, OneDrive has always been the key to doing more wherever you go. The Microsoft cloud sharing service allows you to share and store your documents, photos, and other files share your documents, photos, and other files from your iOS device, computer (PC or Mac), and any other devices you use. Today, the OneDrive app for iOS is seeing an update, adding more features to the file sharing and storing experience.

Along with the usual bug smashing fixes, the update to the OneDrive app on iOS brings the app to version 6.14.1 overall.  As per the app listing in the iTunes store, the update also adds in the following features:

  • New Feature: The long sought after Share extension has emerged. You can now upload files to OneDrive directly from other apps.
  • New Feature: Dear IT Admins, do you want to protect your organization’s data? We do! Let us take some pressure off you with Data Loss Protection support.
  • New Feature: OneDrive links will now open directly in the OneDrive app, helping you get to your files faster than ever before.

As usual, now would the right time to head over to the app store and press that update button. However, in the event that you do not own the OneDrive app, we have done you a favor and have included a download link below. Once you do download or update, though, we would love to hear what you think of the update, so please drop us a comment below.

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