Microsoft OneDrive

Microsoft's cloud storage service OneDrive has received a major update on the web as well as to the Android app. Using version 2.5 of the Android app, you can now share files by inviting people, sending a link, or you can even send files to another app. Users can also sort and move files between various folders on the cloud through the Android app as well as select multiple files to download at once. In addition to the new features, Microsoft also made a number of under the hood bug fixes and performance improvements.

On the web, various UI changes make OneDrive easier to use and more pleasant to look at. Larger thumbnail previews, including videos alongside photo previews, the ability to select a cover photo for folders or albums, as well as native publishing capabilities to Facebook of both digital stills and videos.

Microsoft is quickly revamping the service and adding features since OneDrive was rebranded from its former SkyDrive name, making it a good competitor to Google Drive, Box, and Dropbox. OneDrive requires a Microsoft account, but you do get 10GB of free storage to start out.