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Getting OneDrive

Getting OneDrive on your device

Learn how to download the OneDrive app for your tablet, PC, smartphone or Xbox.

Windows

OneDrive is built into the latest version of Windows.

Learn how to get started

If you have an older version, you can install OneDrive and automatically sync the files in your OneDrive folder across your devices.

Download OneDrive for Windows

Mac

Install OneDrive on your Mac and automatically sync files in your OneDrive folder across all of your devices.

Download OneDrive for Mac

Windows

OneDrive is already built in to the latest version of Windows tablets. Easily view, upload and share files, photos, and more. You can also automatically back up your camera roll.

iOS

Download the OneDrive app for iOS and view, upload, and share files, photos, and more right from your iPad. You can even back up your camera roll automatically.

Download on the App Store

Android

Download the OneDrive app for Android and view, upload, and share files, photos, and more from your Android tablet. You can even back up your camera roll automatically.

Download from Google Play

Windows

Because it's already built in to your Windows Phone, you can easily view photos and documents and automatically back up your camera roll. Get the OneDrive mobile app to view, upload, and share other files.

Download from the Windows Phone Store

iOS

Download the OneDrive mobile app and view, upload, and share files, photos, and more. You can even back up your camera roll automatically.

Download on the App Store

Android

Download the OneDrive mobile app and view, upload, and share files, photos, and more. You can even back up your camera roll automatically.

Download from Google Play

Xbox One

Say 'Xbox, Bing' and then 'OneDrive', or browse apps to install OneDrive from the Store

Learn more about Xbox One

Xbox 360

  • From Xbox Home, select apps
  • Select Browse Apps and then social
  • Select OneDrive and install the app
Learn more about Xbox 360
Saving and Sharing Photos

Saving and sharing photos on all your devices

Whether you're on a Windows PC or tablet, Windows Phone, iPad, iPhone, or Android device, it's easy to back up your photos and videos.

Windows

Windows

Open the OneDrive app from your Start screen, Swipe up, and select 'Add files' to select the photo or video you want to add. To automatically save photos and videos in Windows 8.1:

  1. Swipe from the right.
  2. Go to Settings.
  3. Change PC settings.
  4. Select OneDrive.
  5. Select Camera roll.
  6. Select the option that works best for you.
Windows Phone

Windows Phone

Press and hold the photo or video you want to add, tap share, tap OneDrive, then tap upload. You can even add a caption if you'd like.

To automatically save photos and videos:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Swipe left to applications.
  3. Tap photos + camera.
  4. Turn on automatically upload to OneDrive.
iOS

iOS

Add a photo or video by tapping the more button next to the OneDrive app, then tap add items and choose to upload an existing photo or video.

To automatically save photos and videos:

  1. Get the OneDrive app.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Camera Backup.
  4. Turn on Camera Backup.
Android

Android

Add a photo or video by tapping the more button next to the OneDrive app, then tap add items and choose to upload an existing photo or video.

To automatically save photos and videos (Android 4.0+):

  1. Get the OneDrive app.
  2. Tap Menu.
  3. Select Settings.
  4. Tap Camera Backup.
  5. Turn on Camera Backup.
Working with documents

Working with documents

OneDrive works with Office, so it's easy to create, edit, and share your documents.

Save your docs to OneDrive and access them on any device.

Office Online

Don't have Office? You can still access, create, share, and work together on Office documents using OneDrive right from your browser for free.

Get started

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Additional resources

Keyboard shortcuts

These helpful shortcuts make it easier to work with OneDrive, saving you time and effort.

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OneDrive server status

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OneDrive forum

For more help, ask questions and get answers from the community.

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OneDrive blog

Read about what's new, and get helpful tricks and tips.

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