Microsoft announced back in November that they are going to reduce the free storage from 15 GB to 5 GB and will stop offering additional 15 GB camera roll bonus. This will be effective from the beginning of next year. However, they are offering existing customers to keep their free storage by opting in before 31 January 2016. If you have got any other bonus storage via different channel, i.e., Samsung offered 100 GB free Microsoft OneDrive cloud storage for two years with Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. You can’t keep that free storage forever, it will stop once the subscription ends.
There are plenty of apps in Google Play Store. Thousands of similar apps available if you are looking for any. But, there are a small number of apps for word processor or spreadsheet editing. Even the ones are present, is not fully functional yet. None of them are as good as Microsoft Office. There is Hancom Office, but limited to Samsung tablet users. Finally, Microsoft released the preview version of Word, Excel & PowerPoint for Android tablets.
Today Microsoft bought Nokia’s smartphone section for $7.2 billion including its patent portfolio. Nokia, once a leading mobile phone manufacturer started their business as a paper manufacturer in 1865 in Finland. They have a long history on mobile communication, device and support. In 1985 they created world’s first portable phone and on 1987 they launched world’s first hand-held phone.
We have previously posted that Microsoft and Google are working to together to release a new Windows YouTube app for mobile users. Well, they have worked hard to release for the Windows Mobile users. And Microsoft re-released the app recently and as usual Google didn’t like it and blocked the API access of the app. Still Google is saying Microsoft didn’t comply with the terms or rules. [Read more…]
Microsoft today announced Windows 8.1 which will be coming later this year. This is just one step update from Windows 8. Existing Windows 8 users will get this update for free. Filled up with new features and update. Windows 8.1 users will be available to stream music for free from their about 30 million. You can download app from Windows Store where about 100,000 apps available at the moment.