Microsoft moves its OneDrive to Amazon mobile devices

Microsoft announced that its OneDrive cloud storage app is now available in the Amazon Appstore for the Kindle Fire line of tablets and latest Kindle Fire phone.


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Microsoft already moved its OneNote note-taking app to the Amazon Appstore. Microsoft found a couple of note-taking apps in their productivity oriented review of the Kindle Fire HDX. Microsoft executives said in a partner conference that users should expect a continued migration of Microsoft apps and services onto non-Windows platforms. "On every home screen out there our aspiration is to have one or many Microsoft icons representing Microsoft digital experiences," Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella said. "They're all entry points for us as an ecosystem."

Microsoft's Jason Moore said in announcing the OneDrive migration, "OneDrive is now everywhere that matters to you like from PCs to Macs, Android, iOS and Windows phones and tablets, and now on your Kindle Fire and Fire phone."

We hope Microsoft's other services latterly arrive on the Kindle platform like Outlook Web App and Microsoft's office Mobile app.