New App: Skydrive for Android Just Launched!

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  • 28 Aug 2012
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  • Just hours ago Microsoft launched Skydrive for Android, fresh after giving the cloud storage service a design revamp for the Windows platform. It brought the service closer to the idea of the Metro UI and now it reaches Android. We’re already got a Windows Phone and iOS app for SkyDrive, so this was bound to happen.

    You just need Android 2.3 and above to get started, but Microsoft recommends you use Android 4.0. With this app you can easily store your precious documents, pics and spreadsheets in the cloud and access them from any Android phone or tablet. We also know that the app doesn’t cache local copies of files for offline usage. Among SkyDrive’s biggest rivals we find huge names like Google Drive, Dropbox and Apple iCloud. SkyDrive offers new users up to 7 GB of free storage and usually cheaper prices than rival products.

    The app takes up 3 MB of space on your device and allows you to view recently used documents and choose multiple photos or videos to upload from the phone. You can send a link via email or another app of your posted files and photos and easily manage all content: delete or create new folders with a very simple interface. The app is up for download here.

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