Microsoft OneDrive app lands for BlackBerry 10 devices

Microsoft's cloud storage service has finally made its way to BlackBerry in the form of an app called Connect to Microsoft OneDrive.

Microsoft announced earlier in the year that it was renaming Sky Drive, its cloud storage service, to OneDrive, following a lawsuit in the UK from media company BSkyB. Now that the rebranding changes have finally arrived, along with some exciting new features, Microsoft has given BlackBerry 10 access. 

As noted by website CrackBerry, the new BlackBerry 10 app brings the ability to enable or disable auto-uploads of both pictures and video. You can also toggle use of your mobile network. Other features include sharing of important files and documents, comment on or edit documents while on the go, and the ability to work with online files on your device.

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Connect to Microsoft OneDrive is a free app now available for download. You can grab it on BlackBerry's AppWorld. While Windows Phone users are more likely to use OneDrive, it's still noteworthy that BlackBerry users have another storage option. It is unclear how much free cloud storage BlackBerry users get when they join.