With their cross-platform strategy, Microsoft hasn’t been shy about making good apps for iOS and Android. The iOS OneDrive app is no exception, offering exclusive functionality such as offline file support. Today, Microsoft updated the OneDrive app on iOS, adding even more unique features.

Perhaps most significant, users can now use their Apple Pencils on their iPad Pros to annotate PDF documents stored in OneDrive, including pressure sensitivity support. Here’s the complete changelog:

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– Your lines have never looked so smooth! PDF annotations are now pressure sensitive, including support for Apple Pencil and 3D Touch displays.
– Plenty of bug fixes and stability improvements.

If you’re using OneDrive on iOS, you’ll want to head over to the App Store and hit the Updates button. Or, download the app from the link below and start accessing your OneDrive files on your iPhone or iPad — just as Microsoft intended.

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