OneDrive on Android has been downloaded over 1 billion times

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OneDrive is the latest Microsoft application to cross a billion downloads in the Google Play Store (through Android Police). Microsoft's cloud storage service joins Google Drive in the billion download clubs, something that the Dropbox competitor has not yet achieved.

Along with other Microsoft applications, OneDrive often comes preinstalled on a variety of Microsoft phones, and Samsung's new Galaxy Note 10 also has OneDrive built into the Phone Gallery application. While it's not as good as Google Photos for managing your photo library, the OneDrive Android app is still essential for automatically uploading all your images to the cloud or accessing your files stored in Microsoft's cloud storage service.

Other Microsoft Android applications that have crossed the billions of downloads include Skype, which it did two years ago before being followed by Microsoft Word in July. Other applications in this club include Gmail, YouTube, Google Photos, Google Maps, Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp. Microsoft still has several applications that have been downloaded more than 500 million times in the Google Play Store, including Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote, and we hope to see what will be next to reach one billion downloads.

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