Microsoft OneDrive Touch ID, iPhone 6 and 6 plus support

Microsoft has updated its OneDrive app with a couple of small, but important features. OneDrive now supports Touch ID on devices running iOS 8.

To set up Touch ID, you'll need to set up a passcode. Go into Settings in the app, the select Passcode. Switch on Require Passcode to set up a code. Then switch on Use Touch ID. The app will ask for your fingerprint or passcode whenever you open it.

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You can also sort folders and files with this update. It also contains a number of fixes and small, behind-the-scenes improvements. The app also now ready for the new resolutions on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

This update for OneDrive is available on the App Store now.

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