SharePoint mobile app for iOS

What is the SharePoint mobile app for iOS?

SharePoint for iOS is a new way to reach intranet content on your devices. You can download and install the app from the app store on your device. After you login to your SharePoint Online or SharePoint Server, you can navigate SharePoint sites, view links to sites your organization has marked as important, view people profiles and search for people, sites and documents.

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Sites, links, people and search in the app

Tip: The SharePoint mobile app for iOS will be available from the Apple App Store in June 2016. Android and Windows versions will follow.

How do I get started using SharePoint for iOS?

Once you’ve downloaded the app from the Apple App Store, sign in to SharePoint to access content from your device.

Tip: For help signing in see SharePoint app Sign In Help.

You can use the app to navigate your Sites, view links, find and view people and search. See The Future of SharePoint event, the SharePoint - the mobile and intelligent intranet blog post and The Mobile and Intelligent Intranet: SharePoint sites and PowerApps Office Mechanics video for more details.

Note: OneDrive for iOS complements SharePoint for iOS. Read How the SharePoint app and OneDrive app work together for more.

Support Information

The SharePoint app requires iOS 8.0 or later. It's compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The app can connect to SharePoint Online in Office 365 (Enterprise, Education, Government and DvNext), SharePoint Server 2013 and SharePoint 2016. Windows authentication (NTLM) and Forms Based Authentication are supported for SharePoint 2016 and SharePoint Server 2013, also referred to as On-Premises. For On-Premises, we do not support: ADFS, Kerberos, Basic Authentication, Digest Authentication, self signed SSL or Multiple Authentication types in one zone. For SharePoint Online, we do not support Multi-factor authentication. All languages supported by SharePoint are supported by the app. For a list of languages see Language packs in SharePoint Server 2013

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