OneDrive is one of the largest cloud storage services that Windows 10 users enjoy, but they haven’t had a Universal Windows App to enjoy. Additionally, a touch-friendly app for tablets has been lacking. But, recent updates make that app more useful than ever.
OneDrive is Microsoft’s cloud service for both personal users, schools, and businesses. But, with it not being Universal, it meant separate versions of the app to update. This latest update makes it a single app from now to update.
Inside New OneDrive Universal App
The brand new OneDrive Universal Windows App now lets users browse OneDrive fies, and they don’t have to download every file and folder to do so. This means no more placeholders to hold your files in place.
Users can use this new OneDrive app to move files from the OneDrive Recycle Bin, and then drag and drop to upload files to OneDrive as one Windows expert shares. This means it makes file sharing easier than ever.
OneDrive Now Touch Friendly
With the updated OneDrive app, it has been updated to support touch features, and those with tablets and touch laptops/notebooks should enjoy that. It makes copying and dragging files easier with just a touch.
Navigating files across devices and the cloud with touch devices has always been difficult, but this new touch-enabled OneDrive app has given tablet users a great update. It’s now free and available to enjoy.
If you love OneDrive, get the latest update from the Windows Store. If not, try it out and see how easy the touch updates make it to store files in the cloud on OneDrive.