Not too long ago, Amazon launched its first smartphone dubbed as the Fire Phone. After making Skype and OneNote available on Amazon's offering, Microsoft today officially announced OneDrive for the Amazon Fire Phone and Kindle Fire tablets. The app gives users the ability to make the most out of the cloud sharing service on their Amazon devices.
With OneDrive for Fire Phone, users can easily manage their files and other documents right on the go, and share them at will. Users can also share files via link with the recipients or send them to other installed apps, view files shared by others, and more.
"OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive) is the one place for everything in your life. Easily store and share photos, videos, documents, and more. When you upload files from your Android device to OneDrive, you can get to them when you’re on your PC, Mac, tablet, or phone. With OneDrive for Android, you can easily get to, manage, and share files on the go," the app description reads.
Now, Microsoft OneDrive is available on every platform -- PC, Mac, Android, iOS, Windows Phone -- offering users with the ability to access their files no matter where they are, on any device they have.
If you're rocking an Amazon Kindle tablet or the Fire Phone, head over to the Amazon App store and grab the app.