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Ilse Jurriƫn : November 9th 2012 - 09:10 CET

Microsoft SkyDrive for Android smartphones


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MicrosoftSkyDrive cloud storage service for Android smartphones : SkyDrive is the online storage service from Microsoft. With SkyDrive, users can store all their photos, videos, music and documents in the cloud. Thereafter it is very easy to share your files with friends and colleagues. This popular service is now also available for Android smartphones. From today, all smartphones and tablets that come with Android 2.3 or higher can use Microsoft SkyDrive. With Android for SkyDrive, users can easily view and share documents with others, regardless of where they are located. Also pictures and videos can be easily uploaded from your Android phone to SkyDrive.
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SkyDrive now available for Android
Besides the support for Android smartphones, Microsoft also announced that the design of SkyDrive is undergoing an update. The new look should contribute to an easier navigation and better managing of all files and connected devices. Whether you make use of a Windows Phone, Android smartphone or an Apple phone, with Microsoft SkyDrive everyone can share their files quickly and easily.

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Why choose for Microsoft SkyDrive ?
Besides SkyDrive from Microsoft there are a number of cloud storage services available. For example, the Dropbox service from Samsung offers 2GB of free storage, the cloud service works for all Samsung Galaxy Smartphones. Drive is the cloud service from Google and Apple has the Apple iCloud. Both services provide the user with 5GB of free storage capacity. From today, Microsoft SkyDrive is available for each operating system - including Android - and provides up to 7GB of free storage space.




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