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OneDrive for Android Receives New Camera Features

Microsoft has updated OneDrive for Android to version 5.4 with three important new abilities for camera interactions in the app.


has today opened the doors on the latest update for the OneDrive for application. Users on 's mobile platform are now able to update version 5.4 of the solutions.

In the release, Microsoft has made a few improvements to the OneDrive for Android experience. For example, the company has debuted the Digitize Enhance feature. This lets users edit their images directly within the application.

Additionally, a new scroller ability has been added to give users a tool to easily find images, especially those from a long time ago. Microsoft also included a feature for saving photos to OneDrive through the app. This will let you save storage space on a device.

The company details the camera-centric features landing in OneDrive for Android:

  • Digitize Enhanced– Cut, rotate and choose new filters to digitize your physical world with our Digitize Enhanced feature.
  • Improvements to the Photos section– Browse quickly and find photos dating back to a long time ago with our new scroller in the Photos section.
  • Save space on your phone by taking photos and saving them directly to OneDrive through the app.

Android users are now able to grab this update through the Google Play Store.

New Security Features

Back in January, Microsoft debuted a new rollback feature that helps users avoid ransomware and malware attacks. Available for OneDrive for Business, Users can undo any malware or ransomware attacks by rolling back to an earlier, clean, point.

OneDrive on Android is still a fresh experience after Microsoft updated the app in December. The company opted for a more -style UI compared to the previous professional look.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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