OneDrive app for iOS receives update to exterminate bugs

OneDrive app for iOS receives update to exterminate bugs
Yesterday, Microsoft pushed out an update for its OneDrive app for iOS. The update fixes a number of bugs that were forcing the app to crash or freeze. If you're unfamiliar with OneDrive, it is Microsoft's cloud storage offering. With the app you can create and share photo albums, get notified when a shared document is edited, and open your most important files even when offline.

The new version of the app is 8.2 and takes care of the following issues:

  • Files not syncing or folder getting stuck while loading
  • Crashes when browsing through photos
  • Only low resolution photos appearing at times
  • Missing UI in the share sheet for work and school accounts
  • Send feedback appearing while watching videos

The updated version of OneDrive for iOS is now available from the App Store. If you already have the app installed on your iOS device, the update can be found in the App Store.


If you don't already have OneDrive on your iOS device, you can download and install it by clicking on this link.


source: MSPoweruser

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1 Comment

1. johndave

Posts: 1; Member since: Oct 17, 2016

One drive app is a storage cloud application. Company launches the application with full testing but Microsoft did not execute the full testing process. There were lot of bugs which crashed the application. Companies like Microsoft , laws should be stringent in case of user finding lot of inconvenience in using that particular application.

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