Microsoft OneDrive extends its rich feature set beyond Windows to the Android ecosystem. In this article, we take an in-depth look at the features of Microsoft OneDrive for Android, explain the supported Android versions and explore distinctive features.

Key Features for Android

  1. Universal Accessibility: Provides universal access to files on the go. With the Android app, users can easily access their documents, photos and videos anytime, anywhere.
  2. Efficient file sharing: OneDrive for Android makes it easy to share files. Users can share documents, collaborate with others, and even set permissions to promote effective teamwork.
  3. Automatic photo backup: Saving your memories is a priority. OneDrive's automatic photo backup feature ensures that every photo you take on your Android device is safely stored in the cloud.
  4. Autonomous Access: No internet? No problem. OneDrive allows users to mark files for offline access, ensuring productivity even in places with limited connectivity.
  5. Security measures: In accordance with security standards, OneDrive for Android includes PIN protection and biometric authentication, ensuring that only authorized individuals can access sensitive files.

Support for Android versions

Microsoft OneDrive integrates seamlessly with different versions of Android. Whether on a smartphone or tablet, OneDrive supports versions of Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) and higher, providing a consistent and optimized user experience.


Microsoft OneDrive for Android is more than just cloud storage, it's a companion for the dynamic Android user. With Android-specific features, universal accessibility, and a commitment to security, OneDrive ensures that your files are not just stored, but accessible, shareable, and secure. Experience the synergy of mobility and efficiency with Microsoft OneDrive on Android - flexibility and productivity.