Microsoft adds photo editing and viewing features to OneDrive that present to it another bit nearer to Google Photos. Beginning on Android and the web, you would now be able to utilize the file synchronizing application to crop pictures (utilizing presets for social media or physically); rotate or flip an image by 90 degrees or 180 degrees, respectively, and straighten tilted pictures; and change the brightness, exposure, contrast, highlights, shadows, and color saturation.

The progressions will appear to be recognizable to any individual who’s done some basic photo editing. Adhering to the recipe, OneDrive can save your changes as another file or overwrite the first picture. On the off chance that you commit an error, you can likewise utilize version history to revert to the source. Microsoft is rolling out the editing options for OneDrive personal accounts, with plans to carry them to work and school accounts this late spring and iOS later in the year.

Furthermore, the update brings with it Chromecast support that allows you to show your picture and video documents on a TV by tapping the new cast choice in the home tab. While another channel alternative will allow you to pick between images in your pictures folder or all the photographs in OneDrive.

Microsoft is likewise chipping away at improved organization for photos that will automatically add images to folders dependent on their upload source. Subsequently, you’ll before long have the option to isolate your Instagram or Snapchat downloads from screenshots and movies. On the off chance that you favor arranging by date, you’ll have the option to consequently group media files by month and year. Anticipate that that update should land in the following two months on Android.