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We aim to make SkyDrive the place for all your documents, notes, photos, videos and other files. With the release of Windows 8 and Windows RT back in October, more and more people every day are using SkyDrive for their most important files through the SkyDrive app, as well as through SkyDrive integration in File Explorer. Of course, there are great SkyDrive experiences for Windows devices, but being the place for all your files means we invest a significant amount of effort ensuring you have a great experience across all the devices you want to use.
Today, we’re excited to release v3.0 of the SkyDrive app for iOS that includes improved photo features, an updated UI, and a number of other new features and enhancements. You can install or update the SkyDrive app for iOS now via iTunes.
Here are the updates we’ve made to v3.0 of the SkyDrive app for iOS:
Install or update the SkyDrive app now via iTunes. As always, we hope you enjoy these updates and we look forward to hearing what you think.
Mike Torres, Group Program Manager, SkyDrive apps
It is strange, my .xlsx password protected file will NOT open in Skydrive, but will open in Dropbox! I have a lot of room is Skydrive I could use BUT.........
The iOS apps still crashes when you try to upload more than 16 pictures... is this an identified issue?
It seems that the videos as well upload.
It might be a max size per upload issue?
Suggestions for improvements:
make files available offline (favorites)
password protect access to ios app
otherwise great job so far! Love using your service :)
IOS App Support?
Great new look and features.
Which IOS Apps support SkyDrive storage? (I could not see this yet)
Oh, this is a great news !!!