Microsoft releases SkyDrive App for Windows Phone 8 devices

The app lets people store files in the cloud; manage and edit them; and share them with others.

Microsoft SkyDrive
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Microsoft has released a SkyDrive app for Windows Phone 8 devices.

SkyDrive lets you store files in the cloud, so you can access them from anywhere, virtually on any device regardless of platform. The free app also lets you share your files with other users and manage and edit files. It can automatically upload pictures that you take to SkyDrive.

The new version released by Microsoft works for Windows Phone 7.5 or higher and includes a new search function for files and folders; new settings for photo upload and download size; and a new look for icons and visuals, according to the app's notes.

Download it here.

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