Microsoft has just updated its OneDrive storage app to include automatic camera backups, and is giving away 100GB of storage for free today.
Microsoft has detailed the latest SkyDrive updates. These include changes to both the desktop and mobile apps. The Android app has been updated with new features and on the desktop side, SkyDrive users now have selective sync and easier sharing.
The Android release is similar to the iOS application, and offers the same functionality, including viewing personal documents, shared documents and recently-read files. SkyDrive lets users manage online files, which includes sharing with other SkyDrive users. Users can also upload photos and videos directly from the smartphone or tablet’s gallery.
It seems that everyone’s doing the cloudy thing. I’m talking about the recent trend in storing data, such as pictures, videos, songs, and what-have-you to cloud services such as Apple’s iCloud and Google’s own Google Drive. Microsoft, not be left behind, also launched its own cloud service named SkyDrive. This means that people who want to safely stash their files in a place that they can access from any location now has a variety of options to choose from. Cloud users can literally access their files not just from their main computers but also them from their laptops, tablets, and…