SkyDrive 2.0 for Windows Phone Adds Features
Updated: added details.
Microsoft today released version 2.0 of its SkyDrive application for Windows Phone. SkyDrive 2.0, which is Microsoft's online file storage and sharing service, lets Windows Phone users select multiple files and the ability to switch between thumbnail and list views of files/folders. However, the application cannot run in the background, and does not work on low-end 'Tango' Windows Phone devices. The updated application is free to download and use. It requires Windows Phone 7.5 or higher.
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