SharePoint mobility helps you keep your work moving forward by providing quick access to your team sites, organisation portals and resources, and even a view into what your colleagues are working on.  Infused with the intelligence of the Microsoft Graph, it applies machine learning to activity in Office 365 to connect you to the relevant documents and people around you.  The SharePoint mobile app works with SharePoint Online in Office 365, SharePoint Server (2013 and 2016) on-premises and your hybrid environment. 

The SharePoint mobile app for iOS is just a first step on the SharePoint mobile journey, and we are excited to continue working with this innovation to help our customers to drive end-user efficiency. 

Here are just some of the features expected to be released in 2016:

  • Access to SharePoint Online document libraries from the OneDrive mobile app
  • Intelligent discovery in OneDrive of documents from both OneDrive and SharePoint
  • Copy from OneDrive to SharePoint
  • Modern document library experience (currently rolling out to First Release tenants)
  • SharePoint mobile app for iOS
  • New SharePoint home page in Office 365
  • Modern lists experience
  • Site activity and insights on the Site Contents page
  • Document analytics surfaced in OneDrive to provide insight into document usage, reach, and impact
  • Synchronisation of SharePoint Online document libraries with the new OneDrive sync client
  • Synchronisation of shared folders with the new OneDrive sync client
  • Mobile access to SharePoint document libraries in on-premises farms
  • SharePoint mobile app for Windows and Android
  • Integration of SharePoint sites and Office 365 Groups
  • Simple, fast site creation
  • Modern pages experience
  • Team and organisational news and announcements
  • PowerApps and Microsoft Flow integration with SharePoint