Apple yesterday released the iOS 11 operating system on the WWDC 2017 keynote and announced the launch of a new file management application called "Files &" in iOS 11. Similar file management applications have already been added to Android and Windows devices. Apple's senior vice president, Craig Federighi, demonstrated the new iOS file manager.
"Files & rdquo; application aggregation show all the files, support folder nesting, label and search and other functions. In addition, it also supports the "drag & drag" function, you can quickly copy the e-mail attachment to a specific folder. This application also supports iCloud and third-party storage services, including Dropbox.
Now, Microsoft OneDrive team in its blog issued a document that OneDrive will support iOS 11 & ldquo; Files & rdquo; application:
"We are pleased to announce that we will support new applications and their file management functions. The integration of the OneDrive and Files application will make it easier for you to access your content from any Apple device and will provide a better file management experience with OneDrive and SharePoint on iOS. We will share more details in the near future. & Rdquo;