SkyDrive, Microsoft’s own cloud storage service, currently has mobile apps only for Windows Phone (requires Mango 7.5 or later) and iPhone. A new SkyDrive app has been announced today, and it’s made for Android.
According to Microsoft, SkyDrive for Android will be available “in a few weeks.” Naturally, the app will allow users to browse their SkyDrive content from an Android phone, as well as upload, share and manage files. It’s not clear what versions of Android the app will be compatible with, but I assume you’ll need to have at least Gingerbread on your handset.
Microsoft says that SkyDrive for Windows Phone and iPhone has been downloaded almost 4 million times until now.
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