OneDrive and OneNote for Android picks up updates

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Microsoft recently released new updates for two of its apps for Android. The company released updates for OneDrive and OneNote for Android. Both of the updates are minor, and there isn’t a lot of new additions. Here’s the changelogs:


With this update, you can sign into OneNote using your School or Work O365 account without having you sign in first with your personal account. We have also added support for ADAL ( Azure AD Authentication Library) so that if your School or Work requires ADAL , you will be able to use OneNote.


  • Stream videos without leaving the app
  • Add photos to albums
  • Open share links in the app

Both of the updates are now live on the Google Play Store and you can grab OneDrive from here and OneNote from here.

Do you use OneNote and OneDrive on your Android device?

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