Microsoft Releases SkyDrive for iPhone
Dec 13, 2011, 3:00 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Microsoft has made a version of its SkyDrive application available to devices running iOS 4.0 and up. SkyDrive is Microsoft's cloud storage service, which provides users of iOS devices with: access to recently used documents; the ability to upload photos/videos; the ability to share links using the email app; and the ability to create folders, as well as delete files or folders. In order to use SkyDrive, iOS users will need to sign up for/create a SkyDrive account, though using the service is free.
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