In a recent update to the OneDrive desktop sync client, Microsoft has enabled users to sync both personal and business accounts using just one app. Let’s take a look at what’s new and how it works!
Microsoft released the OneDrive UWP app for Windows 10 PCs and tablets yesterday. I take a look at the app and compare it to the app we had for Windows 10 Mobile for months. How does it compare? Hint: it’s the same app!
Rumor has it that Microsoft will release the OneDrive universal (UWP) app soon to Windows Insiders. But if you are hoping that the OneDrive UWP app will work like the OneDrive Windows 8.1 we sorely miss in our Windows tablets, I have bad news for you. In the near future, at least, the new UWPContinue reading “The OneDrive UWP app won’t yet be like the Windows 8.1 OneDrive metro app”
Glide app for Windows 8 lets you browse your files stored on all of your cloud services in one, single place. You can connect to the various cloud storage services you use to this app, and, then, you will be able to browse through your files, in one, cohesive manner. You no longer have toContinue reading “Glide – Access All Your Cloud Files in One Place”
Yep, the Official Dropbox is now in Windows Store! We’ve been waiting for this for such a long time, and there have been multitudes of wannabe clients in the Store, but there is nothing like a client bearing the name of the Service provider itself. We will never know what kept Dropbox this long, especiallyContinue reading “Official Dropbox Client is now in the Windows Store”
Another practical application has just hit the Store for you Cloud-dwellers amongst us. Cumulo is an app designed to make your life simple if you’ve got assets spread all over the Internet in disparate Cloud-Services. The App bridges the gap between SkyDrive, Google Drive and Dropbox, by integrating these three services into one Interface thatContinue reading “Cumulo – Your multi-Cloud Drive Integrator App is in the Store”
There is a new, beta, version of Dropbox has been launched that can now import pictures directly from your camera, phone, and external drives, like USB flash drives. To encourage users to test this new feature, Dropbox will offer your 500MB extra space to your current Dropbox account for every 500MB images you import fromContinue reading “Get 5GB Extra Space for Dropbox for Free; Here’s How!”