SkyDrive, Microsoft's free cloud storage service with 25GB of space, now has apps for both Windows Phone and iPhone. The apps allow you to manage, upload, download, and share files without having to use the service's HTML5-based web app. In addition to file management, the apps allow you to choose whether you'd like a particular shared file to be editable or just viewable by others. Other than the aesthetic differences between the two apps, they share all of the same core functionality. On Windows Phone, however, the app complements already-existent SkyDrive implementation that allows users to have photos automatically uploaded to the cloud and to edit and view cloud documents in Office. While this isn't as exciting as the rumored Office for iPad, we are one step closer when you remember that Microsoft released OneNote for iOS yesterday. SkyDrive is available now as a free download in the Windows Phone Marketplace (for devices 7.5 and greater) and the iTunes App Store (for iOS devices 4.0 or greater).
Microsoft brings SkyDrive app to Windows Phone and iPhone
Microsoft brings SkyDrive app to Windows Phone and iPhone/
SkyDrive, Microsoft's free cloud storage service with 25GB of space, now has apps for both Windows Phone and iPhone.