Microsoft made some big changes to OneDrive earlier in the week, but it looks like the company isn’t staying quiet for long.
Microsoft has announced that a new update to their OneDrive app for iOS, which brings up the version to 4.2, is being rolled out to devices that have the app currently installed. It’s available now in the App Store as a free download.
The update, as usual, includes the usual bug fixes that we expect these days, as well as plenty of improvements made to the performance of the app behind the scenes. That includes improvements made to the way the application automatically uploads photos, which will now happen in the background. It means you should see fewer notifications, while also hopefully seeing faster uploads.
Perhaps best of all, though, OneDrive will now offer integration with Office for iPad and Office Mobile for iPhone. That means you’ll be able to open documents from OneDrive for iOS directly into those Office-branded applications, which should make working a lot smoother for those who use the apps from Microsoft.
OneDrive for iOS measures in at 7.6MB, and it’s available now in the App Store for free.