1. Anthony Bouchard's Avatar

    On Thursday, Microsoft pushed an update for its OneDrive cloud storage application for the iOS platform. The new update, listed as version 4.6 in the iOS App Store, is now available for users to download and comes with some new features and improvements.

    Among the new features are the ability to obtain push notifications on your device from shared files and folders, support for the Recycle Bin, support for Document Provider extensions, and the ability to send feedback to Microsoft's development team directly from the application.

    The update also brings with it some improvements, such as bug fixes and stability improvements, which will make the application more stable and secure across the board. Microsoft isn't very descriptive when it comes to what kinds of bugs they fixed, or where we'll see the most improvements in speed and performance.

    If you're an existing user of OneDrive for iOS, then this update is available for free under the Updates tab in the App Store application, unless you're on iOS 8 and you have automatic updates enabled, then the update should have already been installed for you. New users can install Microsoft's OneDrive application for iOS for free from this App Store link.

    Sources: App Store
    2015-01-09 05:04 AM
  2. sladyrko's Avatar
    Can't believe I will say it about MS service but this one works great.. So much better than Dropbox. And 30GB for free is just amazing.. I really like it
    2015-01-09 09:41 AM
  3. SirZyrion's Avatar
    Does it still have the file size limitation it had before they changed the name to OneDrive? I'd love to use this with my XBox One.
    2015-01-09 05:32 PM