OneDrive for Android updated with Office document preview and in-app Office 365 subscriptions

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OneDrive remains a great cloud storage solution if you want to access and share your documents across a host of different platforms. As a close cousin of Microsoft's Office 365 solution, OneDrive offers the added benefit of usually working closely with the company's productivity suite, and today that feature took another step forward.

Specifically, OneDrive on Android now supports previewing Office documents within the app, as well as the ability to sign up for Office 365 as an in-app purchase. Here's the changelog for version 4.3:

• In a rush? You can now quickly preview your Office documents before editing them with the full power of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
• Be more productive by unlocking the full power of Office by subscribing to Office 365 from inside the app.

If you're already using OneDrive on your Android device, then head over to Google Play and hit the update button. If not, then you can get started by installing via the link below.

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