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Microsoft OneDrive now available for Kindle Fire and Fire phone

Microsoft OneDrive on Kindle Fire and Fire phone
Microsoft OneDrive on Amazon devices
A few weeks after launching the OneNote app for Kindle Fire and Fire phone, Microsoft launches the app for its cloud service on Amazon's tablet and smartphone.

Microsoft announced earlier this week that a new app for its OneDrive cloud service is now available. This time, OneDrive users got a piece of code which allows them to sync their account with Amazon devices, namely the Kindle Fire tablet and the latest member of the family, the Fire phone.

"We are excited to announce that OneDrive is now available for download in the Amazon Appstore!" posted OneDrive's Group Program Manager, Jason Moore, on the official OneDrive blog. According to the same post, Kindle Fire and Fire phone customers gained "the ability to capture, organize, and share notes via OneNote" a few weeks ago, when the Office team launched the OneNote app for their devices. The addition of the OneDrive app gives them the chance to store, view, and share their documents straight from their Amazon tablet or phone as well.

Microsoft OneDrive is now available on most major platforms - Windows PCs, phones and tablets, Mac OS X and iOS devices, as well as Android-powered tablets, phones or notebooks, next to Kindle Fire and Fire phone.

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Codrut Nistor, 2014-08- 8 (Update: 2014-08- 8)
Codrut Nistor
Codrut Nistor - News Editor
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