Microsoft's long-awaited SkyDrive for Android lets users of Android devices tap into Microsoft's cloud storage service. This 1.0 release, despite a few minor weaknesses, provides a fairly good cloud storage alternative to services like Dropbox, especially if you use Microsoft Office every day.
Android apps have the very useful built-in ability to share data with other applications and services. My Android apps added SkyDrive as an option after I installed it. However, as you can see in the two screenshots above, my Documents To Go app was unable to send a file to SkyDrive. SkyDrive's error message claimed that the file name had characters that it does not allow. I had no problem uploading the same file to Dropbox.
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