Windows 10 PC owners may finally have a dedicated OneDrive app from Microsoft coming sometime in the near future. A new report claims to have some hands-on time with the OneDrive Universal Windows Platform app with screenshots.


According to MSPoweruser:

"In the OneDrive app for Windows 10 PCs, you can add multiple accounts (even Work or School accounts), search for files using Cortana, upload files, sort files (by name, upload date, or even size), view your photos, recycle bin, and much more."

It's possible Microsoft could officially reveal the OneDrive UWP app during this week's Build 2016 developers conference, which begins on March 30. Windows Central will be there and will have first-hand reports on what Microsoft will announce at the conference.