The iOS Outlook app updated this week with support for Apple’s iCloud Drive cloud service. This means that users of the app can now browse their iCloud accounts for files when searching for an attachment when composing a new email.
Outlook had already had support for the OneDrive, SharePoint, Google Drive, Dropbox and Box cloud services for a while now which means that Microsoft’s email and calendar app now has a pretty comprehensive coverage of all of the major cloud platforms.
Here’s the release notes for this latest update which brings the app to Version 3.33.0:
Your recent files are now front and centre. With added support for iCloud Drive alongside OneDrive, SharePoint, Google Drive, Dropbox and Box, you can now easily find, attach or preview files.
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