iPhone users get 30GB OneDrive love!
For those who don’t have enough money to buy the iPhone 6 or 6 plus with higher storage, no worries you could still get the most basic one that the Apple offers and yet have your own space.
Microsoft has not forgotten the iPhone users and consequently they have broadcasted a free 30 GB cloud storage with OneDrive! This will free up lot of spaces on your iPhone.
What is One Drive?
OneDrive (previously SkyDrive, Windows Live SkyDrive and Windows Live Folders) is a file hosting service that allows users to upload and sync files to a cloud storage and then access them from a Web browser or their local device. It is part of the suite of online services formerly known as Windows Live and allows users to keep the files private, share them with contacts, or make the files public. Publicly shared files do not require a Microsoft account to access. In addition to personal cloud storage, Microsoft offers managed business storage as OneDrive for Business.
What do you need to do?
“All you have to do is sign up for OneDrive and activate the auto upload feature for your camera roll sometime between now and the end of September, and you will get 30 GB of free OneDrive storage moving forward (15 GB base and 15 GB camera roll bonus). For those getting ready to install iOS8, this means you won’t have to delete a bunch of photos or apps to make room for the upgrade. For those buying a new phone, it means you can take all the high resolution photos and videos you want without worrying about the amount of storage you have.
Not an iPhone user? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. This also applies to anyone who already uses the OneDrive camera roll on Windows Phone (Windows Phone Store), Android (Google Play Store) and Windows (Download) – you’ll see your storage go up as well. Same for any existing iPhone users who backup their photos to OneDrive.” Read the OneDrive blog.
Hurry up, this is a limited offer! Increase your memories without increasing your price! Don’t wait. This will save you a lot!
Click here to read the OneDrive complete note.
Source – ONE Drive Blog and Wikipedia