OneDrive for iOS gets support for Office 365 Kiosk plans and fixes for sign-in issues

Microsoft has been fairly busy lately keeping up with all of their cross-platform apps. It used to be that if you reported on Microsoft news, you'd cover Windows PCs and then Windows Phone apps and maybe mention Office for Mac if things go boring. Lately, though, there are so many Microsoft apps across so many platforms that a day doesn't go by without one update or another.

Today, OneDrive for iOS got the love, with a small update to version 8.4. Here's what's new:

In this release we have continued to work on bugs and crashes including:
- We now support Office 365 Kiosk plans
- Sign in related issues

That's not a hue update, but if you were experiencing sign in issues or wishing you could access your Office 365 Kiosk plan with the app, then it'll matter to you. Go to the App Store and hit update or download the app via the link below to get the goodies.

‎Microsoft OneDrive
‎Microsoft OneDrive

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