Microsoft OneDrive adds 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.

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.

Joseph Keller

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