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SkyDrive is possibly one of the clearest and safest alternatives to Dropbox. Not only does it have 5 GB more than this one, but it also allows us to fully synchronize with Microsoft products. Moreover, now that its official client for iOS has reached version 4.0 with a design totally adapted to iOS 7, this service is even more attractive. Have you tried it yet?
Following the current line of application updates, Microsoft has released a new version of its SkyDrive client for iPhone and iPad . This update offers a handful of improvements and especially a new design adapted to iOS 7. Furthermore, we would like to mention that this is the 4.0 version of SkyDrive for iOS.
The SkyDrive client now allows you to automatically upload videos and photos to the cloud , so you can make a backup without having to worry about it. Other major enhancements include improved Office Mobile Integration for iPhone and OneNote, including the ability to edit Office documents.
These are the changes we found in SkyDrive 4.0:
It turns out that many of us love the new design of iOS 7, despite the harsh criticism it received at first. That’s why when apps like SkyDrive adapt the design, it makes our day. All the usual elements of iOS 7 can be found in the new version of SkyDrive , even a slight change in the design of the Springboard icon.
Remember that SkyDrive is Microsoft’s cloud storage service. It offers a total of 7 GB of free storage. By paying amounts starting from 10 dollars a year we can increase this capacity to 20 GB for example. If you don’t have a SkyDrive account, don’t hesitate to become one, and remember that the application is available in the App Store for free and is universal.