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OneDrive now available across Xbox, Windows Phone, iOS and Android

Wednesday, 19th February 2014 18:05 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Microsoft has announced the worldwide availability OneDrive, previously known as SkyDrive.

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The updated app will roll out for Xbox, Windows Phone, iOS and Android today and will connect all of your content “seamlessly across all these devices.”

It also comes with the following Xbox One Achievements, which are just a few:

Week one Winner– Open OneDrive on Xbox One in the first week
Week one wizard – Play 20 photos in a slideshow from your camera roll in the first week
Hope those aren’t all selfies… – View 10 photos from your camera roll
Long exposure – View 100,000 photos
On a roll – Watch five hours of slideshows
Now you’re thinking with folders – Add a shared folder to OneGuide

Those will a OneDrive account will be handed 7GB of free storage, or if they need more, a new program is available which provides OneDrive customers with up to 15GB free by enabling their camera roll backup (3 GB) and inviting their friends (up to 5 GB in 500 MB increments).

The OneDrive team is also handing 100,000 users 100GB of complimentary storage for one year.

More information is available through Xbox Wire.

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4 Comments

  1. Dragon

    I guess investors will be very happy with MS putting their services on Google and Apple platforms.
    Sign of things to come?

    #1 7 months ago
  2. pukem0n

    it’s on Android and iOS since the beginning i think.
    Same as SmartGlass.

    MS wants you to have access to their services no matter what device you use, and that’s a smart move.

    Try using iCloud on Android or Google Drive on WP, not possible.

    #2 7 months ago
  3. BrokenSpline

    @pukem0n

    “Google Drive on WP, not possible.”

    Thats because of MS not google. THey want their phones locked down tighter than Apple. Good thing they are less than 5% of the market. MS lost their chance with the mobile market.

    #3 7 months ago
  4. Dragon

    @pukem0n,
    Didn’t know that. Thanks for the info.

    #4 7 months ago

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