Microsoft has updated OneDrive for iOS with a redesigned human interface and tons of new features. The OneDrive iOS app now inherits some of the major iOS 11 features, including Drag and Drop on iPad.
With iOS 11’s Drag and Drop feature bundled into OneDrive, you can easily move content and files between tabs as well as other apps. The feature comes handy while in Split View on iPad.
Furthermore, OneDrive for iOS, at version 10.1, includes support for the Files app, landscape mode on iPhone X and other various UI fixes. It also brings the ability to preview (and not edit) files from 130 different formats, including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, RAW, and iWork Files.
Here’s what else is new in OneDrive for iOS:
- We fixed an annoying search bug, when you open a file from your search results and then tap back, you will still see your search results. Search away!
- PDF annotation support for shared files or files stored in SharePoint – All PDFs are now equal regardless of where they live.
- You can now easily share locked PDF files.
- Fixed an issue where PDFs and Office files were rendering behind the navigation bar.
- When you share files from your personal account, we will show you the type of link you are sharing above the share sheet.
The redesigned OneDrive storage app for iOS is available on the App Store for free.