OneDrive apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone get an update

Microsoft has released a series of OneDrive updates across Android, iOS, and Windows Phone. The updates don’t bring the same set of features across all platforms.

Android users are getting the most out of this round of updates, as Microsoft has announced that Android users will benefit from a unified OneDrive experience that allows for the managing of both work and personal files.

Accounts are kept separate and Microsoft promises things are kept separate enough that you won’t ever accidentally back up personal files to your work account.

Microsoft says this feature will eventually come to iOS and Windows Phone users but said it would be months before that happens.

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OneDrive for Android now also has PIN lock of protecting your files, and the update also contains improved camera back up.


Version 4.4.2 adds an updated Shared view, as well as a new Photos view of all the photos in your OneDrive. Microsoft notes that there’s now also a new, native search experience.

Windows Phone 8.1

Windows Phone users get recycle bin access and various bug fixes.

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