iPhone Live Photos Now Fully Supported by Microsoft OneDrive

Microsoft has just announced that its official OneDrive app for iOS devices can now upload Live Photos taken with an iPhone.

In other words, the app can now handle live photos just like a native client, so if you use OneDrive on your iPhone, you can configure it to automatically upload such images in the cloud.

Needless to say, you just need to enable the automatic camera roll upload, and then OneDrive will take care of everything for you. Of course, you can also manually upload live photos if you want to.

This feature requires at least iOS 13 and OneDrive must be build 12.11 or newer.

“If you have uploaded Live Photos from your device prior to OneDrive’s support of Live Photos, then these were stored in OneDrive as still photos by default. However, you can easily re-upload these to OneDrive as Live Photos. To do this, make sure you are on OneDrive app build 12.11 or higher and iOS 13 or higher. Then go to the OneDrive Settings > tap “Camera Upload” > tap “Reuplo… (read more)

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