Microsoft’s Windows Live SkyDrive provides users with 25GB of free cloud storage for all sorts of files. You can access your SkyDrive data from pretty much any computer with a web browser, or from a Windows Phone device. But it turns out that all you need to access your SkyDrive on Android is a free app called Sorami.

The app lets you login to your SkyDrive account, browse files and folders already uploaded, download or view photos and other content stored in your account, and upload files from your phone.

The only quirk is that the app won’t access your Photos and Favorites directories, so you’ll need to make sure all the files you want to access are in the My Documents folder of your SkyDrive account.

Sorami is available as a free download from the Android Market and the app supports Android 1.6 and up.

via Lifehacker

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