Microsoft outlined a one year road map for bringing together its OneDrive consumer and Business cloud services cloud-storage services in January 2015. They planned to release OneDrive’s Windows 10 universal app in Q4 of 2015. But they couldn’t meet the deadline like the release of Windows 10 mobile. Last week reports suggested “OneDrive’s Universal App was on the Way ” and now finally the App has popped up in Windows Store attributed with an Internal Beta Account.
The app description reads:
“OneDrive is the one place for everything in your work and personal life. It gives you free online storage for all your personal files so you can get to them from your Windows device, your computer (PC or Mac), and any other devices you use. With OneDrive for Business, you also get storage for your work files so you can share and collaborate on them with other people at your work or school. The OneDrive app for Windows lets you easily work with your personal and work files when you’re on the go:
- Browse all your files and files shared with you.
- Automatically upload photos and videos to your personal OneDrive account using camera upload.
- Share your files.
- Move, delete, and rename files, and create new folders.
- Search for files and folders.
- Share files to OneDrive from other apps.
- Open files from OneDrive in other apps.”
Here is the Store Link