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Microsoft has today announced a minor update for its iOS OneDrive app, which brings a couple of UI tweaks designed to increase security and make the most of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus’ additional screen real-estate.
Most notably, the update adds the ability to set a PIN code lock in order to access the app and adds support for Apple’s Touch ID, thereby allowing you to unlock it with your fingerprint.
The company said it has also adjusted the layout for the new iPhones’ larger screens in order to show more files and folders at once, and provide more editing room when working on documents on your phone. You can also now sort files and folders by name, date or size.
➤ OneDrive [iOS]
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