Choosing a cloud storage provider is like choosing a car: here's something out there for everyone's different needs. One of those needs is getting the most value for the least money. We break it down here.
Microsoft's OneDrive for Android received a design overhaul today. The update brings a dark mode, refreshed icons, and several new features. The update brings OneDrive for Android more in line with OneDrive for the web and OneDrive on iOS devices.
Microsoft and Samsung partnered up to integrate OneDrive with the Galaxy photo gallery experience. Microsoft began the rollout of the feature today, making it easier than ever to manage photos and videos taken on your Galaxy Note10.
Microsoft has announced that that OneDrive users can opt-in to keep their current 15GB of free storage and the extra free 15GB if they have the camera roll enabled on their smartphone, if they opt-in to a special sign-up page by Jan. 31
Microsoft has mentioned that it will discontinue offering unlimited OneDrive storage to Office 365 users, and that new users will get 5GB of free storage. The move comes as the Redmond giant found that users were storing up to 75TB from a single account.
Intex Technologies, the second largest smartphone maker in India, has announced its association with Microsoft to become the first Android smartphone brand in India to pre-install and provide OneDrive cloud storage.
Microsoft has just released the first Android version of its Translator app, which also supports Android Wear. In addition, the company has released an update for the Android Wear version of its OneDrive app, and launched a redesign of its OneNote Android Wear app.
It's 2015, and you can actually get through life without ever physically connecting your phone to a computer. (We've done it. It's great. You should try it sometime.) But for some folks it's still the way to go. They just have to plug in every now and then.
OneDrive has its draws as a photo locker, but if you've chosen to move to Google Photos it's a simple process. With great cross-device syncing — particularly if you use Windows devices — and very cheap storage options, OneDrive is a great choice for storing photos and plenty of other things. But if you're ready to give Google Photos a try instead, it's a simple move that will only take...