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Microsoft OneDrive offers up extra free storage, for a total of 30GB, for a limited time

Microsoft OneDrive offers up extra free storage, for a total of 30GB, for a limited time
The cloud storage formerly, and affectionately known as SkyDrive, is doling out more free storage, an extra 15GB to bring the purse up to a full 30GB.

Microsoft made the announcement on its OneDrive blog this evening as part of an incentive for new iPhone owners who download OneDrive for iOS and enable the auto upload feature from their camera roll before the end of September.

Android and Windows Phone users, as well as existing iOS users that are already using OneDrive and auto upload should see their storage capacities go up automatically with the promotion. OneDrive provides a familiar interface that also adheres to the new modern motif that is pervasive throughout the current Windows experience.  It also recently increased the file size transfer limit to a full 10GB.

Naturally, Microsoft is hoping all the new iPhone owners will leverage OneDrive’s integration with Office Mobile for iOS and OneNote. To get your extra storage, just download OneDrive from either iTunes, Google Play, or the Windows Phone Store, and enable auto upload from your camera roll before the end of September. Existing users will automatically get the extra 15GB.

Download OneDrive for: iOS | Android | Windows Phone

source: The OneDrive Blog

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