A new version of the SkyDrive app for iOS, released Thursday, lets users of iPhones and iPads automatically upload photos and videos to SkyDrive, and even share photos placed on SkyDrive directly to Facebook.
The app takes advantage of some exclusive Xbox One features: Open photo albums from channels in OneGuide, play music with your slideshows using Xbox Music and control everything with gestures and voice using Kinect. The verbal command “Xbox: Go to SkyDrive” is all you need to get started with these experiences.
Leader in digital filing systems for small businesses and consumers announced on Tuesday a partnership with SkyDrive that will result in users being able to scan documents directly to SkyDrive without needing a computer.
The Inside SkyDrive blog recently introduced smart files in Windows 8.1, which allow you to have your files always with you while being unconstrained by storage capacity on your devices. On Tuesday, Blogging Windows followed up with a post by Adam Czeisler, development manager on the SkyDrive team in Windows Services.
If you’re a fan of OneNote and you also use it on an iOS device, then you’re going to like what the latest update brings you: namely, the ability to create new SkyDrive notebooks and edit sections on the iPad.