OneDrive app for Android gets improved All Photos and Sharing views

Last week, Microsoft offered an increase in the OneDrive free storage to 30GB and the Camera Roll storage to 15GB. Now the tech-giant has started rolling out new updates to its OneDrive Android app. The purpose of this update is to deliver the users a refreshed experience, when they view their automatically stored or saved OneDrive photos on their Android phones or tablets. Additionally, this new update brings other new features as well as improvements to the OneDrive for Android.

OneDrive app for Android

OneDrive app for Android

Take a look over the change-log below:

•    Now, it is very easy to browse, see and enjoy all of your personal photos across your OneDrive using the “All Photos View”.
•    Working professionals can now find their specific files or folders with “Search”.
•    The new “Sharing View” enables the users to easily checkout the documents or the information shared with them by their colleagues or their friends.

Interested Android users can download the updated app from the Google Play Store.

Since Microsoft has announced the updates only for the Android platform, many of the Windows Phone users are disappointed. The reason behind this dissatisfaction is that the Windows Phone users are eagerly waiting for some major updates to their OS, such as the Login-Logout options; in-built pin protected password; changes to the UI (for example the transparent black theme) and many more.

If you also own a Windows Phone and would like to share your ideas regarding the required updates to OneDrive app for Windows Phone, then you can submit your ideas at onedrive.uservoice.com.

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