Microsoft today pushed out a new update for its OneDrive App for iOS Devices. The app has been bumped to new version 9.3.10. With the latest OneDrive update the company has pushed out some new features along with small fixes for the app for iPhone users.

After the latest update iOS users can now be able to open and edit form based PDF’s along with saving and sharing them with the new support for form filling in PDF’s option. The team has also added support for previewing and opening of .URL files in web browsers like Google Chrome.

There is also a fix included in the latest update with some users complaining about the OneDrive app not respecting the PAC proxy settings after the previous update. The OneDrive team has now fixed the issue and laid down the following string to resolve the proxy issue via the Mobile Device management configuration.

Below is the details of the string:

Key: com.microsoft.http.proxy.override.jsonstring
Value Type: string
Value: {“HTTPProxyType”:2,”HTTPEnable”:0,”BypassAllowed”:0,”ProxyAutoConfigEnable”:1,”ProxyAutoConfigURLString”:”https://pacUrl”,”HTTPSEnable”:0,”FallBackAllowed”:0}.

The latest update for the OneDrive app on iOS is currently live and can be downloaded by clicking the below App Store link.

Download OneDrive for iOSĀ 

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