Microsoft has launched an upgrade to its SkyDrive application that delivers support for the iPad mini, iPhone 5 and high-resolution pictures.
SkyDrive can be accessed from any gadget virtually and this is the place where you can store you files online.
People around the world using SkyDrive to store their photos and videos from their iPad or iPhone to SkyDrive and then they manage, access or share those file from any where. You can now download Microsoft SkyDrive 3.0 app updated for iPhone 5 and iPad Mini devices.
Here are the features of SkyDrive 3.0 App:
You can get all of your uploaded SkyDrive data containing shared files with you.
You can view recently used documents.
You can select many images or video files to upload from your device.
Files can be shared and you can copy/paste that link where needed.
You can manage your files to delete, create new files/folder or rename.
You have also access to your SkyDrive files in different iOS applications.
If you are worried about losing the image data when it comes to online services as I do, you will be pleased to know that the new version of The new SkyDrive now both downloads/uploads of high-resolution images of the Microsoft cloud to your device.
The application to resize your photos before upload and download light versions of SkyDrive. And if you are serious about photography iPhone, you can be sure that the image uploads and downloads not mess behind photo metadata.
If you think that there is something big, think again – until recently, only iOS Dropbox upload and download images downsized to keep bandwidth (the application now supports full-resolution images as well).
The user interface has also seen great changes which have taken the blue color scheme and a more simplified and flatter.
In addition to the “other bug fixes”, says Microsoft SkyDrive 3.0 now offers better support for open files in other applications iOS SkyDrive and improved support for file uploads on SkyDrive from other iOS apps.
Here’s SkyDrive runs on the iPad.
Although we can only imagine the characteristics of the contract between Apple And Microsoft are now in place, the iPhone company is unlikely to have ceded its place.
For what it is worth, both Apple Insider and MacRumors noted that there is no evidence that the two technology giants have settled their distinctions in the iOS in app registration model.
In fact, SkyDrive 3.0 does not seem to offer an option to buy the storage levels within the application or provide links to a registration page in the SkyDrive service.
The Verge approached Microsoft’s PR, who responded with a kind of no-comment comment:
Each app store has its own set of processes to find which applications are approved and can be released.
Earlier this week, Apple approved the application SkyDrive for launch and we are pleased to allow people everywhere to start using it.
SkyDrive is a free download from the App Store.
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