If you use the Microsoft app on your Android phone, Microsoft may be quietly advertising other apps in the "Sharing" and "Open" menus. Android Police pointed out that some Microsoft mobile apps add additional options to menus when interacting with files. This icon displays Microsoft applications that are not on your phone. Generally, you use real estate that is reserved for the program you want to install.
Android Police has tested it on several Microsoft applications, and The Verge has confirmed that it is definitely happening in Your Phone Companion, an app to sync Android and Windows devices. When you share photos from your phone with your phone companion, the Share menu contains an additional icon called "Microsoft OneDrive (install)." When you tap the icon, your phone companion opens and redirects you to the Google Play store quickly. Android Police found similar results when opening a PowerPoint presentation file with Microsoft Word installed.
Read More Here: https://www.theverge.com/2019/7/8/20686538/microsoft-your-phone-companion-onedrive-app-ads-android-sharing-open-menu
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