One of the most requested features for OneDrive has been the ability to sync shared folders and Microsoft is finally delivering this feature to users starting today.
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Online task automation service, IFTTT, has announced that users will now be able to create recipes that integrate with various Office 365 channels such as OneDrive, Mail, Calendar and Contacts.
After already being allowed to save documents in Dropbox, a new plug-in by Google allows you to save and sync Microsoft Office files using the company's cloud service.
Microsoft has rolled out a significant update for its Xbox Music app on iOS and Android, dropping the requirement for an Xbox Music Pass, and adding support for streaming music from OneDrive.
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Microsoft is in the process of updating the online design for OneDrive and with it comes a cleaner layout and new folder icons; it appears Microsoft is testing this UI as not all users have it yet.
Facebook integration - including contact/calendar sync, and the ability to share to the social network - is no longer supported within Windows and other Microsoft services, after recent API changes.
Microsoft's OneDrive for Android beta has been updated to offer native support for viewing of PDF documents and a native watchface for Google's Android Wear operating system for wearables.
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Microsoft is hosting its Ignite conference this week in Chicago and during one of the breakout sessions, the company showed off the roadmap for OneDrive for the remainder of 2015.
Over a year after Windows Phone 8.1 introduced the ability to set a background image to be visible 'through' the tiles on your Start screen, Microsoft has now updated OneDrive with a transparent tile.
Microsoft has updated the Android version of its OneDrive app to enable in-app video playback capabilities for files stored or automatically backed up by the users online.
Microsoft has been testing more changes on Outlook.com, such as Outlook Mail branding - matching its new Windows 10 phone app - and revisions to the drop-down nav menu, including new icon designs.
OneDrive for iOS has received a minor update which allows users to search for text within PDFs. The functionality of printing PDFs directly from iPhone or iPad has also been introduced.
Amazon has restructured its Cloud Drive storage service with new affordable plans, starting at $11.99 a year for unlimited photo storage, along with 5GB for other documents and files.
Microsoft has updated its Xbox Music app for Windows Phone 8.1, a week after launching its new OneDrive 'music locker', which lets users store their music in the cloud, and listen to it on any device.
Microsoft has announced new agreements with Samsung, Dell, TrekStor, QMobile, Pegatron and many more partners, to pre-install Office, Skype and OneDrive onto their Android devices.
Microsoft has announced that it is starting to roll out updates to the OneDrive web app, and although the changes are small, they will improve ease of use and require fewer steps to get things done.
To increase the adoption of its cloud services and increase sales of mobile devices, Microsoft has announced a strategic partnership with German carrier Deutsche Telekom.
There were rumors a few weeks back about how Samsung was going to pre-load a few Microsoft apps on the Galaxy S6, and it looks like those rumors are true thanks to today's announcement.
Microsoft has rolled out the latest update to its OneDrive app for Windows Phone, adding a range of new features, including the ability to add a PIN code, and easily switch between Microsoft accounts.
Microsoft has announced a new API for OneDrive that supports Windows, iOS, Android and the web, to help developers integrate the cloud-based storage service into their application.
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Microsoft is going after Dropbox with a new promotion that will add 100GB of storage to your OneDrive account if you currently have a Dropbox account. Verification is required.
Microsoft's special deal for users of Bing Rewards is now available globally. All you need to do to receive 100 GB of free OneDrive storage is sign into your Microsoft account and click a link.
A new rumor claims that while Samsung is cutting down on bloatware in the new TouchWiz, it's also replacing its own sub-par apps with Microsoft services such as OneNote, OneDrive and Office.
If you want extra space for your OneDrive account, Microsoft is giving away 100GB for free for two years if you sign up to receive promotional emails from the company.
Microsoft has updated its online storage service with some great features and improvements. Currently, the update is available only to OneDrive's web version and iOS app.
This feature has been long overdue, and was announced back when Microsoft launched Xbox Music. In Windows 10, users will finally be able to easily store and manage their own music collection.
Microsoft Open Tech has announced its partnership with E-learning software Moodle. This will allow Microsoft to integrate its services with the online education system to make it a lot more efficient.
If you have an Outlook.com email address, Microsoft is rolling out a new feature that allows you to save attachments directly to OneDrive; not everyone has it yet but hopefully should soon.
A Microsoft executive has revealed that an offline mode has been planned for the OneDrive app on Windows Phone, and that this feature is expected to be rolled out sometime in the future.
A new Windows 8.1 tablet has gone on sale in the UK for just £49 - including a free Office 365 subscription (and unlimited OneDrive storage) that's actually worth more than the device itself.
Microsoft has said that users can continue to download, view and share the files they stored on OneDrive if their storage subscription expires, with the files remaining available online indefinitely.
An upcoming update to OneDrive and Xbox Music will soon make it easier to access and stream your music from anywhere and will even allow you to import playlists from other services.
Microsoft has positioned OneDrive, to no surprise, as the premier backup solution for Windows 10, and in the latest build we can see new features being added to both platforms.
For less than $100, you can now buy the Microsoft Lumia 635 4G Windows Phone, and a 7-inch Windows 8.1 tablet, with a free one-year Office 365 subscription and unlimited OneDrive online storage.
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After the most recent update to OneDrive on Windows Phone introduced a new UI that has attracted criticism from its users, Microsoft has said that it will make changes, taking that feedback on board.
Microsoft has started rolling out unlimited storage on OneDrive for users who have a current Office 365 subscription. The roll-out is starting with an initial 10 TB of storage.
Text files within the Xbox Music website are already showing that OneDrive locker service support will be coming very soon, allowing users cloud access to their music files from any Xbox Music device.
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A Microsoft infographic shows how many of its products - including a Lumia 635, wireless speaker, two headsets, portable charger and more - you can get for less than half the cost of an iPhone.
Microsoft has rolled out a new version of its OneDrive app for Windows Phone, introducing an updated user interface, and - at long last - integrated support for OneDrive for Business.
Microsoft has announced today that if you subscribe to Office 365, you will now get unlimited storage with OneDrive - a considerable increase from the 1TB limit previously in place.
Dropbox, the popular online storage site, has been compromised and a massive list of users and their passwords have been posted to the web; it is recommended that you change your password immediately.
Microsoft has pushed out an update for OneDrive on iOS that brings with it a couple new features like TouchID support and for those of you on Windows Phone, new updates are coming soon for you too.
Students that use Google Apps for Education are getting quite the free upgrade with things such as unlimited Google Drive storage and support for file sizes of up to 5TB.
Microsoft has announced that they are doubling all of the free storage on mobile platforms if you enable the auto-upload feature to backup your photos; but you have to act quick to get the offer.