Microsoft's Move:One Note,Lumia 710,iPhone App,XboxLive,SkyDrive

Microsoft's move include a release of smartphone apps, windows phone based Lumia 710 and a more robust SkyDrive in the recent week time.Microsoft, which is showing a great zeal in the smartphone market,has planned to cover as much ground as possible by either of the way.i.e. either by introducing its own smart phone Operating system or by developing mobile applications.Its recent days activities has shown yet another sign of the company’s continued shift toward a more mobile-centric mentality.
SkyDrive for iPhone and Windows Phone
SkyDrive is your personal cloud for your documents, notes, photos and videos. Move your files into SkyDrive and immediately they’re available from any web browser anywhere in the world.There have been a number of recent updates to to improve how you share with others, manage your files and folders, and browse through your stuff amazingly fast utilizing the latest web technologies (like HTML5 and CSS3).

You can store any number of photos and files.SkyDrive meter will keep update you about the space you have used.It does provide an online storage for the files but it does not work as a FTP can organize your files  in top level folders and subfolders.You can also assign permission level to the folders by making them as a personal,public or share folder.Skydrive provides you full flexibility in customizing,moving,renaming and deleting the uploaded files.Files and photo folder can be shared by directly through links or embeding them into blog and webpage can be displayed.

you can now use the new SkyDrive app on Windows Phone 7.5 to do more with your SkyDrive. It’s available in every country/region where the Windows Phone is available.

One Note 1.3
The iPad-optimized version of Microsoft OneNote is out.Here is Microsoft’s blog post acknowledging the iPad OneNote release.Microsoft OneNote for iPhone is a note-taking app for capturing all of your ideas and to-dos on the go, brought to you by
Microsoft Office.Create searchable notes with text, pictures, and bullets. Make and manage to-do lists with checkboxes. Then keep your notes in sync using free Microsoft SkyDrive® online storage to access, edit and manage them from virtually
anywhere, from your PC or almost any web browser. Access your notes online at the free version of
OneNote for iPhone you can access, create and edit up to 500 notes.

OneNote is an application that is extremely useful to keep a tab on your daily tasks. Microsoft has released OneNote 1.3, just in time for the holidays.

The update now brings the application to the larger screen iPad as well. Here are the changes and improvements in the new
  • Support for iPad and iPad 2
  • Localization into several new languages and markets
  • Tabbed user interface
  • Quick note creation in the Unfiled Notes section
  • Table rendering
  • Improved Windows Live sign-in experience
  • Option to sync notebooks only over a Wi-Fi connection
  • Integrated upgrade option
OneNote works on any of the following devices with iOS 4.3 or later:
  • iPhone 3GS
  • iPhone 4
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPad 1
  • iPad 2
You are also required to have a Windows Live account notebook storage in the cloud via Microsoft SkyDrive. If you do not have one, you can simply create one for free.

OneNote allows you to download and use the application for free upto 500 notes beyond which you will have to upgrade to:
OneNote for iPhone at $4.99 for unlimited use
OneNote for iPad at $14.99 for unlimited use

Lync App

The Lync mobile client for the iPad, iPhone, Android and Symbian phones are coming “soon”.On the Lync side,Microsoft made available to Windows Phone users the long-awaited Lync 2010 mobile client. Microsoft told its partners last week that the Windows Phone Lync client was going to be in the Marketplace as of December 12.

Lumia 710
Nokia, one of Microsoft’s highest-profile partners in its Windows Phone initiative, announced this week that the Lumia 710 will make its U.S. debut on T-Mobile Jan. 11. The midmarket device will feature a 1.4GHz processor, 5-megapixel camera, and a choice of either black or white exterior. Preloaded applications will include Nokia Drive, which offers turn-by-turn navigation and voice-activated control.

Xbox Live App
Microsoft has released an official Xbox Live iOS app. The free app, for iPhone and iPad, allows users to:
  •  Read and send messages to Xbox 360 friends
  •  Manage your friends list, invite new friends,
  •  Read and Edit your full LIVE profile (name, bio, motto)
  •  Change your avatar features/items with the avatar closet
  •  View and compare your achievement progress with friends

Microsoft has released a number of iOS apps, but with millions of Xbox Live members, this may be the most popular yet.My Xbox LIVE is available for iPhone and iPad free on the App Store.


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