OneDrive iOS App Displaying Old File Versions

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We have files that get updated daily on a SharePoint document library by overwriting the file with an updated version. In the OneDrive iOS app, if you had previously viewed this file, the app displays the old version of the file even though the date of the file shows the updated version. It seems that the app caches the document locally on the device and since the file name has not changed, it just assumes the files are the same so it doesn't pull down the new version. The only way to get the app to display the updated copy of the document is to log out of the app and log back in. Has anyone else run into this issue?

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