OneDrive for Windows Phone has gotten a series of updates over the last few months that brought forth a slew of new features as well as redesigned UI, and it looks like Microsoft is working on bringing an oft-requested feature to the cloud storage service: offline file access.
When asked about offline availability of files for OneDrive on Windows Phone, Casey Penk, Program Manager at Microsoft, had this to say:
"Thanks for the suggestion. We know offline access is important, and we intend to bring this feature to Windows Phone. We don't have a specific timeline yet."
There's no launch date yet, but those that wanted offline access will be glad to know that Microsoft is working on bringing the feature to Windows Phone.
Source: OneDrive Uservoice
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