VIVO FREE Azure Information Protection version2.0 APK Download for ZTE


  • Nov. 4, 2016
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NOTE: You need to have Microsoft Azure Rights Management for individuals or an RMS enabled Office 365 account to use Microsoft Azure Information Protection viewer application. You can sign up for a free account by using the Azure Information Protection page. You cannot use Microsoft Account (Live, Hotmail or account to sign in.

Azure Information Protection app enables you to securely collaborate with others. You can view protected files (Rights protected email messages, PDF files, pictures, text files, and any other file format that is protected as a .pfile) that others have shared with you.

Azure Information Protection app lets you breathe easy knowing your files are safe and can only be opened by users you trust and share with.

IT administrators can also deploy and manage the app for devices that are enrolled by Intune.

For more details, read our FAQ page

Microsoft Corporation part of our Productivity and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update Nov. 4, 2016. ZTE rating is 77.0093. Current verison is for VIVO 2.0. Actual size 10.0 MB.

What's new

    Supports viewing of the following additional formats:
    - Rights protected email messages and attachments.
    - Protected PDF files that are shared with you via SharePoint and OneDrive for Business.
Download rms-sharing.apk 10.0 MB


Joseph Lonergan at June 10, 2014

This app sucks.. You would think you could open Office documents which are IRM protected, with this app you can not! It only works with photos.

Amit Saar at Dec. 15, 2013

Great app to protect your sensitive data! If you have RMS enabled office 365 that's the way you want to protect sensitive images.

nir winter at Nov. 21, 2013

Great app.. Helps me secure things I want to keep private

Dan McConaughy at Nov. 24, 2013

Buggy It's a Microsoft App so off course... the software is awful.

Shany Pozin at Nov. 5, 2013

RMS for mobile !!!

Eran Ben David at Nov. 3, 2013

At last!!! I can securely share photos with my associates Now I can take photos from my iPhone and share them securely within my org. I also open any protected image shared with me from PC. I wish for new versions that allow sharing with partners from other companies, and consumption of protected emails support RPMSG. This app can end the leaks of private pictures and documents and really change the game.  Really Exciting!!!

Tũi Wichet S. at Oct. 27, 2013

RMS share for Android I love this RMS app for Android On my Galaxy Note 3 Thank Microsoft

Cul Blu at Oct. 23, 2013

Microsoft is the best! Attention Apple & Google: Don't be so slimy, learn from the best. It really will help you guys in the end! Google stop being jerks to your OWN customers and start being players like Microsoft if you want to succeed!

Shubha MP at Oct. 23, 2013

Great to see RMS on Android!

Ethan Olson at Nov. 26, 2013

It hijacks .apk side-loading. Boo! Good for what it does but it also takes over any links to Android installation packages so I can't further enhance my device while this is loaded unless I go directly through the Play store.

Arvind Navalgi at Nov. 12, 2014

Good app. Easy to use but slowly upload.

Mohamadreza Mj at June 24, 2015

Microsoft. Begin to End. Best

Michael Henderson at Aug. 11, 2015

Just Photos?? Choosing the library only provides access to photo galleries. Would be nice to use with Office docs and PDF files.

Alexander Bjorkman at July 2, 2015

"Encrypted"? Allow me to laugh! Google = Life!

Brenda Johnson at Sept. 23, 2015

Worse app ever, they to work a little more on this. Downloaded app and still could not pull up my PDF.

Fredy Mazoku Lopez。 at May 10, 2016

cool yates wish i could fax a sammich

Shakeel Rahaman at June 19, 2016

So basic How many of us like to share our phone pics with the entire group of our company's employees that MS likes to call friends? Hmmmm interesting. The app is super basic... It doesn't let you upload pics(perhaps on a cloud) and share pics or documents with a selected group of individuals. Also, the FAQ page url on the app's description on here leads to an error page. I think MS gave up on this app!

at Sept. 28, 2016

Good with rms

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