SkyDrive, Microsoft’s very own file hosting service, was first released on Windows Phone 7 in December last year. And just a few months after hitting version 2, the free app is now up to version 3 and has just arrived in time for the new upcoming Windows Phone 8 devices such as the HTC Windows Phone 8X and the Nokia Lumia 920. SkyDrive version 3 on Windows Phone 8 now allows its users to search through files and folders, which can save a lot of time and effort. There’s also a new settings for photo upload and download size as well as updated app icons and visual, as you can see above. So far, the new SkyDrive on Windows Phone 8 is getting a lot of positive feedbacks. If you’re on Windows Phone 8 now and haven’t downloaded the app yet, you can get it here.
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