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OneDrive for Everything in Your Life

Today we are pleased to announce that SkyDrive will soon become OneDrive. Why OneDrive? We know that increasingly you will have many devices in your life, but you really want only one place for your most important stuff. One place for all of your photos and videos. One place for all of your documents. One place that is seamlessly connected across all the devices you use. You want OneDrive for everything in your life.  Read more

Smile! Camera backup has arrived on the new SkyDrive app for iOS

Millions of people worldwide use SkyDrive on their mobile devices to capture, store, and share photos and important files. While we’re proud of the SkyDrive experience on Windows, we also want to deliver great SkyDrive experiences across all the devices you use.  Read more

“Xbox: Go to SkyDrive”

Today we are excited to announce that SkyDrive on the new Xbox One will bring your photos and videos to your TV. Starting on November 22, when the new console becomes available, SkyDrive on Xbox One will provide a seamless, beautiful experience for you to kick back and enjoy photos and videos in your own personal collection, or those shared with you.  Read more

Bringing the best of all SkyDrive experiences to Windows

Check out Adam Czeisler’s blog post from earlier today on Blogging Windows about our work in Windows 8.1 and some of the engineering backstory. You can hear more from Adam in the below video from a few weeks ago on smart files.  Read more

SkyDrive introduces smart files in Windows 8.1

When we designed SkyDrive for Windows 8.1, we thought a lot about how storage needs are growing much faster than device hard drives. So we invented smart files, which allow you to have your files always with you while being unconstrained by storage capacity.  Read more

SkyDrive’s new 200 GB plan: Enough storage for a photo every hour from birth to graduation

We’ve all witnessed the rapid proliferation of devices in our lives over the past few years, and I don’t know about you, but my files are also increasingly scattered—from my phone to my home PC, to my tablet. And these files are pretty important—my family pictures, financial documents, term papers, etc.  Read more