OneDrive for iOS gets a slew of bug fixes in latest update

Mark Coppock


Microsoft recently added some Pokémon Go functionality to its OneDrive cloud storage solution, in addition to generally keeping OneDrive a competitive service on all of its various supported platform. Today, Microsoft issued an update to the OneDrive client for iOS, apparently focusing on squashing some bugs.

Here’s the changelog for version 7.7:

In this release, we’ve fixed the following bugs:
•Screen flashing when opening a photo from the Photos tab
•Sharing not working when a file is open
•Passcode not being displayed on certain occasions
•\Zooming out issue when zooming in on a picture
•An issue when removing a PDF from the Offline tab or editing a PDF in the Shared tab
•Annoying crashes.

This wouldn’t have been possible without your feedback. If you notice any issues, please shake your device and let us know!

P.s. Have you seen our new Poké detector? The screenshots that you take from the game are automatically saved to OneDrive and 150 Pokémon have been identified for your searching and viewing pleasure.

If you’re using OneDrive on your iPhone or iPad, then go to the App Store and hit the update button. Or, you can download the app from the link below.

‎Microsoft OneDrive
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