Monday 25 November 2013

SkyDrive gets major update for iOS!

After a long wait of two year Microsoft SkyDrive app is entitled to a major update on iOS. SkyDrive and Microsoft signed application provides access to a storage space in the cloud of society. The war between the services for these digital lockers in the cloud is fierce between Dropbox Box, Google Drive etc.

It is therefore logical that Microsoft provides an updated saving and necessary for its application for iOS 7 in these days. First, it becomes now possible to upload your photos and videos automatically to the cloud SkyDrive with their iPhone or iPad.

This feature already exists on the application of competing services but also now available for SkyDirve App for Windows Phone. The user can decide if he wants the transfer takes place only via Wifi or wish to transfer via the cellular network. But it also has the option to define whether the photos will uploaded to their original resolution or a lower resolution to save space up on SkyDrive.

But main disadvantage is that the downloading pictures and videos to servers cannot be done in the background. Microsoft has also announced a new feature for editing and viewing documents using Office Mobile and OneNote integration. It is now actually possible to directly edit documents stored on SkyDrive from both mobile applications. SkyDrive for iOS also has made some changes in the appearance with clean design.

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