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Microsoft Officially Rebrands SkyDrive, Offers OneDrive As The One Place For Your Files

As of today, SkyDrive is no more. In its stead is OneDrive.

OneDrive To Rule Them All: Microsoft Rebrands SkyDrive Following Trademark Ruling

Microsoft has just announced that it's set to change the name of its popular SkyDrive cloud storage service to OneDrive.

Version 4.0 Of Microsoft’s SkyDrive App Is Right At Home On iOS 7

The app now automatically uploads your Camera Roll to the cloud storage service.

Updated SkyDrive App Finally Arrives After Microsoft, Apple Settle Differences

Users can purchase additional storage on the Web instead of directly through the app.

Microsoft Confirms Office Mobile Coming To iOS

Microsoft Office for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad could become a reality early next year. The long-rumored app would include mobile versions of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

AppAdvice’s Week In Review

Despite our previous concerns that the event wouldn't happen until later in the year, Apple announced this week that WWDC 2012 would be held in June. Meanwhile, Google joined the storage wars as the tech heavy unveiled Google Drive. Finally, who can forget Steve Jobs as Willy Wonka in the week that was. Enjoy!

What Does Google Drive Mean For iOS?

Google Drive is now live. What does this mean for iPhone/iPod touch and iPad customers? Right now, not much.

Microsoft Drives Universal Update To SkyDrive For iOS

SkyDrive for iOS has been updated, effectively making it a universal app.

Microsoft Releases Free SkyDrive iPhone Application

Microsoft has recently launched a SkyDrive iPhone application in Apple's App Store. The app allows users to access their SkyDrive account on-the-go, from an iPhone or iPod touch, and is available to download for free.