Get Your Free 7GB of Cloud Storage from Microsoft OneDrive and Install the App on Your iOS, Android, and WP Devices

TP Friends, have you gotten your free 7GB of cloud storage from OneDrive? If you haven't, just go to OneDrive[dot]com and register an account using your current email address or if you wish so, you may also get a free Outlook email account and use it to sign up.

Microsoft OneDrive, One Drive Philippines

Microsoft recently announced the global availability of OneDrive, a free, personal cloud storage service. Formerly known as SkyDrive, OneDrive gives users one place to store important photos, videos, and documents that are accessible on the devices they use every day. The new OneDrive offers a host of new features, including improved video sharing and newly updated apps for Windows Phone, iOS, Android and Xbox.

According to a recent Microsoft-commissioned online study, at least 77 percent of cloud-familiar consumers have content stored on a device that is not backed up elsewhere, and 69 percent would rather lose the device itself than the content that’s stored on it. With OneDrive, people don’t have to make that choice. OneDrive offers 7 GB of free storage— the equivalent of more than 7,000 photos — so it’s easy to make sure photos, videos and documents are always accessible.

Microsoft OneDrive, One Drive Philippines

I've just opened another account and off hand, what I love about the service is that I can immediately save my files to it regardless of the phone or the device that I'm using. I have an iPhone 5S, Samsung Galaxy Note3, Sony Xperia Z2, Sony Xperia Z Ultra, LG G2, and Nokia Lumia 1020, and as soon as I'm done taking photos or recording a video using my phones, I can instantly start uploading the files to my account using the mobile application and know that my files are safe and that I can access them anytime I'm connected online. There's a OneDrive mobile app for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and even Symbian so almost all of my devices are covered.

And TP Friends, here's the coolest part: To celebrate the launch of OneDrive, Microsoft is giving the first 100,000 customers who access their OneDrive account after the launch an additional 100 GB of complimentary storage for one year (customers will receive a notice if they are among the lucky 100,000). OneDrive users can monitor @OneDrive on Twitter for the announcement of the start time for this promotion. Open your free account now, TP Friends!