Announcing OneDrive support for the Files app in iOS 11

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Former Employee

OneDrive makes it easier for you to access your files, and we are continually working to ensure you have the best OneDrive experience on every platform and every device. OneDrive already supports many iOS capabilities, including OneDrive for iMessage, the Share extension, and Apple Pencil and split-screen support on iPad. Today, Apple announced the new Files app at WWDC for iOS 11, and we are excited to announce support for the new app and its file management capabilities. OneDrive integration with the Files app will make it easier for you to access your content from any Apple device and will provide a better file management experience on iOS for your personal and work OneDrive and SharePoint sites. We will share more details when iOS 11 releases.

 

—The OneDrive team

 

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Well, IOS11 was released and to this date, 22/10/2017, OneDrive is the only cloud storage service to not integrate with IOS11 Files app. Very disappointing.

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Thanks Marcelo. I'm getting asked questions about this too. Three months down the line and there have been some great improvements, but this one gets highlighted by our iOS users. Anything on the roadmap?

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We also need the Mac version of OneDrive to give the option for the user to see all the files and folders from the Finder and choose which ones remain local and which remain totally in the cloud.