Microsoft Streams for iOS gets important missing feature

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Microsoft Stream is Microsoft’s enterprise video content platform, designed to allow companies to securely host and share video for consumption by their staff.

The app features built-in intelligence features, deep integration across Office 365, and IT management and security capabilities that businesses of all sizes require and requires an appropriate commercial Office 365 subscription.

The Microsoft Stream mobile app lets you:

  • find and engage with videos you need fast with smart search tools;
  • watch videos at your own convenience by saving content for offline viewing;
  • enjoy the best experience for consuming Stream videos by deep-linking into the app; and
  • get the enterprise-level security and compliance features you expect from Office 365.

The app has just been updated to version 1.02 and brings along an important feature – the ability to share video from the app, which will hopefully satisfy this user:

The update also brings along the usual bug fixes and performance improvements.

Qualifying users can find the app in the App Store here.

[appbox appstore id1401013624]

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