OneDrive for iOS finally lets you upload files directly from other apps


OneDrive for iOS today picked up a fairly major update. With the latest update, OneDrive finally lets you upload files directly from other apps, which is definitely a nice addition. With this new feature, you can upload things like images from the Photos app right to your OneDrive, which is actually quite useful. Alongside this feature, the latest update also brings the following new 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.

If you want to download the latest update for OneDrive on your iPhone, head over to the App Store here.

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