Microsoft refreshes OneDrive iOS app to support iPhone XS Max and XR

Microsoft has updated its cloud-based file and photo storage OneDrive iOS app to offer full support for the iPhone XS Max and XR.

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Spotted by AllThings.How, Microsoft updated OneDrive for iOS last night with the sole change of offering full support for the new 6.5-inch XS Max display. Although not mentioned, this also brings full support to the XR with the same resolution, but smaller 6.1-inch display.

iPhone XS Max users, this one’s for you. We’ve updated the app to fully support your device resolution.

This wouldn’t be possible without your feedback. If you run into any issues, please shake your device and tap “Report a Problem.”

This update comes after Microsoft made the same upgrade to Outlook for iOS earlier this week. As mentioned in both the OneDrive and the Outlook iOS release notes, Microsoft is keen on getting more feedback from users going forward to help direct future updates.

OneDrive is a free download from the App Store and has 4.7/5 stars on over 100,000 reviews.

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