Microsoft’s competitor to Dropbox and Google Drive, SkyDrive, just got an official Android app. Surprisingly, it actually looks like it was designed for Android, though the Metro influence is hard to deny.
For the unaware, SkyDrive is Microsoft’s take on cloud storage, though it goes a step further by integrating remote access and collaboration tools (similar to Google Drive). While SkyDrive is undoubtedly a powerful tool, the Android app only allows for a portion of the functionality of the desktop service. With the app, you can access all the contents of your SkyDrive (including shared files), upload photos, share your SkyDrive contents via Android’s default share options, and manage files.
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