What does MicroSoft SkyDrive for iOS offer that iCloud doesn't?
rhames 2 years ago
Microsoft released SkyDrive cloud storage for iPhones a few days ago. It isn't as if there aren't plenty of cloud storage choices out there for iPhones, including the most obvious choice, Apple's own iCloud service. Is there any reason that an iPhone user should choose Microsoft's offering over Apple's? Not to sound like a fanboy/girl, but it just seems weird to go over to MS when you are using an Apple device.
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