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Microsoft Stream for iOS Gains In-App Video Sharing

A new Microsoft Stream update is available for preview. Version 1.02 brings the ability to share videos within the app.


Stream, an enterprise-grade video streaming service for , has received an update for iOS users. The app has been bumped to version 1.02 and adds one important new feature. Stream users can now share video directly from the application.

As usual, unnamed bug fixes and performance improvements are also packaged in the update. Microsoft is ramping up features for Stream on iOS as it beds into the platform. Indeed, the service has only been available for Office 365 on iPhone and iPad since earlier this month.

Sharing videos with contacts is efficient and can be done directly within the application.

It is worth noting the update is part of the Stream mobile beta program, which allows users to gain early access to upcoming features. That means it should be coming to all iOS users in the near future.

Microsoft Stream launched back in 2017 as a replacement for Office 365 Video. Stream is available for Office 365 on mobile, available for here and iOS here.


The idea behind Stream is to provide a dedicated video platform for business users. While other platforms, like , have business content, enterprise is not the focus. Microsoft has access to millions of business customers through services like Azure and Office 365 and wants them to use the single destination video platform.

App Features:

  • Find and engage with videos you need fast with smart search tools
  • Watch videos at your own convenience by saving content for offline viewing
  • Enjoy the best experience for consuming Stream videos by deep-linking into the app
  • Get the enterprise-level security and compliance features you expect from Office 365.
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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