OneDrive For Android Updated To Version 3.9, Supports Uploading From Different Locations

OneDrive is a cloud storage service by the tech giant Microsoft. It’s Android and iOS apps are available in their respective stores. OneDrive was known as SkyDrive before February 2014 when it was renamed to OneDrive.

OneDrive for Android offered different features including automatic upload of photos from camera roll but you if you wanted to upload photos from other folders in your device, you could not do it until now. The app has been updated for Android and it now lets  you upload photos from any folder you choose on your phone and SD card.

OneDrive for Android

Once you install the latest version in your device, it will show you the notification that the new folders with photos have been found and you can add those folders to your upload list and OneDrive will upload all of the photos in them to the cloud.

Moreover, you can manually select the folders from your device and OneDrive for Android will upload all photos in them as well. Or if you create a new folder with some photos in it, OneDrive will automatically detect it and show you the notification that if you want to select this folder for backup or not.

Google Photos is offering this feature for a long time. It may be a late move for OneDrive when compared to Google Photos but better late than never, right?

You can install the update from Google Play store right now to enjoy this beautiful feature.

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Uzair Khalid
Uzair has been very tech savy and an enthusiast since childhood. An Android geek, a passionate writer for all things technology and a Computer Science graduate.
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