1. Anthony Bouchard's Avatar


    Microsoft has released a new SkyDrive Pro application for iOS users that runs on the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad universally. Notably, the application is separate from Microsoft's existing SkyDrive application in the App Store, which is also free.

    The SkyDrive Pro application is free, but of course, you will need to be paying for a SkyDrive Pro or SharePoint account prior to downloading the application in order to use it as Microsoft notes in the application description:

    SkyDrive Pro is cloud storage for employees as part of Office 365 or SharePoint Online. You need to already have a SkyDrive Pro account to use this app. This app does not support on-premise deployments of SkyDrive Pro.


    SkyDrive Pro is made for handling your work files, while SkyDrive is made for handling your personal files. The application lets you browse through the files you have stored in the cloud, share them with colleagues, add or remove files from the cloud, open files from the cloud, choose to access files offline when a connection to the cloud cannot be made, and more.

    To download the new SkyDrive Pro application from the App Store, you can follow this App Store link.

    Sources: App Store
    2013-06-28 07:15 PM
  2. bigboyz's Avatar
    Love it!! 25GB of FREE space..take that DropBox.
    2013-06-28 10:53 PM
  3. StuG III's Avatar
    Love it!! 25GB of FREE space..take that DropBox.
    I have 50Gb free with box.net
    But remember with this NSA crap going on be careful what you upload and store on the cloud, especially dropbox and skydrive!
    Last edited by StuG III; 2013-06-29 at 04:14 PM.
    2013-06-29 03:41 AM
  4. bigboyz's Avatar
    Yes, you always have to be careful even without the current NSA threat. 50mb hahahahahHAHAHA!
    2013-06-29 02:00 PM
  5. StuG III's Avatar
    Wow lol I meant gigabytes.
    2013-06-29 04:15 PM
  6. docmagoo2's Avatar
    I have 50Gb free with box.net
    But remember with this NSA crap going on be careful what you upload and store on the cloud, especially dropbox and skydrive!
    Yeap. Me too. Take it you're grandfathered in with the 50gb?
    2013-06-29 04:48 PM
  7. StuG III's Avatar
    Yeap. Me too. Take it you're grandfathered in with the 50gb?
    Yes, I got it a year ago when there was a promotion and it's awesome being free.
    2013-06-29 04:52 PM
  8. Striknine's Avatar
    I also got the 50gb from box.net when they had the promotion. Figured if I had 20 free email addresses I could get a terabyte of photo storage.
    Skydrive also offered 25gb for free for a while. Now you have to pay for it.
    Last edited by Striknine; 2013-06-29 at 10:07 PM.
    2013-06-29 10:02 PM
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