OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive) is one of the best free online storage that lets you bring all your document, personal photos, docs, and videos anywhere. It works on the devices you use every day, from PCs to Macs, Android, iOS and Windows phones and tablets. OneDrive has been getting a lot better, it has become more reliable and easier to use through the recent updates. For the people having problems, make sure your phones firmware is the latest this should fix most problems.
Generally, everyone uses cloud service for storing their data online so that if by mistake they delete their data from PC then they can easily get it from cloud storage. The special one from OneDrive is you can automatically back up your photos and videos on your Android device, without manual intervention, unlike Google Drive, where you have to choose the photos or videos and upload manually. It should be designed in such a way that uploading can be done by the software just like in the browser without synchronising so that fear of files being deleted can be removed.
There really isn’t much you can say about a cloud storage app, as they are all very similar. What sets OneDrive apart you may ask? It’s integration with Windows and Office. Office Mobile basically forces you to use OneDrive, in the same way your Android ‘forces’ you to use Google services. OneDrive works beatifically for syncing documents and editing them on the go, as you’d expect from a company who makes a large chunk of their money in Office suites.
Highly recommended app for everyone, you can even share a specific folder. Reliable, anywhere access, huge storage space, store anything and share with one or many. And as usual you can download the APK file of OneDrive right now using the link given below for those who can’t download from the Google Play Store. Download OneDrive APK and install it on your Android phone and tablet.
Requires Android: 4.0+
Download File: 10.4MB (OneDrive APK)