Microsoft’s OneDrive for Android Gets Support for Business Accounts

The application has also been updated with lots of visual improvements

The OneDrive application for Android devices has just received a facelift and some useful new features via a new update that’s just been pushed to Google Play Store.

Aside from the new look that’s more akin to the minimal style, Microsoft also added support for OneDrive for Business. Users will now be able to sign in with both their personal and OneDrive for Business accounts.

But these are not all the new features included in the new update. According to the official changelog, OneDrive users will now be able to take advantage of the pin code lock feature, which adds an extra layer of security.

Furthermore, you will now be able to organize and open your own OneDrive for Business files, as well as save new files to this particular account.

Some updates to the camera backup have been included as well, but no additional details have been shared on the nature of these improvements.

Last but not least, thanks to the newest update, Android users will now be able to open OneDrive files with the storage access framework.

You can now download OneDrive for Android 2.7.0 for free via Google Play Store. Keep in mind that the application should be fully compatible with all devices powered by Android 2.3 and up. Some features will only work on devices running Android 4.0 or higher.

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