Sorami Opens Up SkyDrive’s 25GB Cloud Storage To Your Android

Android only: Naming weirdness aside, Microsoft’s SkyDrive service is a nice chunk of cloud storage — 25 GB, to be exact. Now you can view, download and send your files in SkyDrive from your Android phone with Sorami.

Sorami is not a complex app, but it does the job of connecting to your Windows Live SkyDrive space, showing the files in each directory, and giving you options to view, download and share individual items or entire folders. Uploading, too, is easy enough, if you don’t mind finding a file on your SD card directory and sending it Microsoft’s way.

Sorami is a free download for Android phones only. The app is in beta, and the developer seems to think some users might need to create new accounts if their current accounts don’t link up. Let us know how Sorami works for you in the comments.

Sorami-SkyDrive Beta [Android Market via @edbott]

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