Should you happen to use both Twitter and Skydrive in a prolific manner, then you would obviously realize that it was possible to only post links to your stream – until today, that is. From now on, Skydrive images will also be able to be posted natively on your Twitter feed, which is a nice albeit small gesture to include. Obviously, this is not some sort of ground-breaking feature, but it sure as heck is more than a welcome addition to the micro-blogging tool.
Skydrive is seen by some to be an integral part of Microsoft’s future plans since this is the Washington company’s plan to tie in the rest of their platforms together. Such a feature would ensure that adoption rates of the platform increase if the masses bite, and the timing of it all could not be better planned as Microsoft introduces both Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 to the rest of the world. Will you be jumping aboard the Windows Phone 8 bandwagon?
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