OneDrive for iOS update improves VoiceOver support, ups the performance, supports sending multiple files

The OneDrive app for iOS just scored a hefty little update that not only brings its new version number to 6.12.1 but also includes reorganization of commands and speed improvements among others.

Users on iOS should be on the lookout for these specific changes, fixes, and additions:

  • OneDrive is Swiftier than ever before, nothing you will notice right away, but we are excited and had to tell someone.
  • Our commands have been in hiding behind the dreaded overflow. We’ve moved things around, so you can be more productive than ever before.
  • Improved VoiceOver support for all photos and video experiences, including albums and tags.
  • By popular demand: You can now send multiple files at the same time.

The OneDrvie team also notes that for people who issues that haven’t been addressed by the updates or seem to have been caused by any new changes should:

Note: If you are experiencing issues with the app, please report the issue by shaking your device or tapping "Contact Us" in Settings.

The new update should be live in the App Store now. Head on over to start playing around with the improvements.

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