Microsoft’s OneDrive for iOS app got an update today; that focused on business-minded individuals. More so than just storing family pictures and some questionably obtained copies of favorite movies, OneDrive can also share ties with a company’s on-premises configuration or SharePoint Server.
Today’s update to the OneDrive app for iOS brings further support for those very scenarios where a business or employee needs to access information from their mobile device on the go.
What’s New in Version 7.4
- Access your organisation’s on-premises files from your mobile device with SharePoint Server 2013 and 2016 support. Open and edit all of your most important files – even offline. Note: This is only compatible with Windows authentication (NTLM) and Forms-based authentication. Talk with your IT admin for more information.
- We are also excited to announce the release of Microsoft SharePoint for iOS. To help you get started, we have introduced single sign-on integration between both OneDrive and SharePoint. The SharePoint app is available now!
- Following your most important sites is now just one tap away.
- Having trouble with signing in? You can now shake your device and report the issue. We now support both consumer and work accounts.
Head to the App Store to grab version 7.4 of Microsoft’s OneDrive App for iOS today.Apps, Cloud Storage, iPad, iPhone, Microsoft, OneDrive, OneDrive for iOS, SharePoint 2016, update