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Microsoft's OneDrive Available to BlackBerries

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Mar 4, 2014, 1:17 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Microsoft today made its OneDrive cloud storage service available to BlackBerry 10 devices. The app, which is free to download from the BlackBerry World store, provides users with 7GB of free online storage. Customers can choose to pay for more storage if they wish. The service, which was recently rebranded from SkyDrive, is already available to Android, iOS, and Windows Phone devices.

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Mar 4, 2014, 11:08 PM

I wonder if there is a partnership in the works....

First this and now BBM is coming to the Lumia line...

BBM is coming to Windows Phone too? Well, logically, it makes sense for Blackberry and Windows Phone to combine their forces, they are competitors sure, but they are both being crushed and shut out by the Apple/Google juggernaut....in this case, the ...
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Mar 4, 2014, 2:31 PM

Good for Microsoft

I appreciate that Microsoft is making an effort to make its services available for all platforms, unlike Google who are denying YouTube and other popular Google services to Windows Phone and Blackberry users because they want to use the denial as a tool to force people into Android. Good for Microsoft, playing fair, bad for Google refusing to do likewise.
Glad to see BB and Microsoft are playing nice. Google has started to become "the new Apple" just a bit haven't they?

Also gotta say I'm glad BB World is getting better. Seeing as the US carriers won't release the 10.2 update (makes you wonder WHY....
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