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The OneDrive app for Windows Phone now lets you create and share photo albums from the photos that you are storing on OneDrive without copying or moving photos from one folder to another.
Create an Album in OneDrive
Open up the OneDrive app, tap ALBUMS. Then tap the “new album” icon on the bottom of the screen.
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OneReader by PompolutZ is a free PDF Reader app that can be installed on any Windows Phone 8. One of its unique features is that, unlike the Adobe PDF Reader or Microsoft’s PDF Reader apps, PompolutZ’s OneReader allows you to share the actual PDF files that are stored within its file system (also referred to as its “sandbox”) as email attachments sent from the phone or by transferring the file to another device via Bluetooth connection. Continue reading OneReader by PompolutZ Lets you Share PDF files
Windows Phone 8 uses Hubs and application sandboxes to store and access user files. You can browse and access the files that are stored on the phone by accessing the hub or app that is used to view and work with the file. Files that are stored on a phone must be associated with a Windows Phone app (native or third party) and files are stored in the associated [opening] app’s hub or “sand box.”
Windows Phone 8 can receive and store files that are shared with it from another Bluetooth connected device. Bluetooth shared files are stored in one of the hubs on the phone or in a compatible app’s sandbox.
Receiving Shared Files via Bluetooth
When a Bluetooth-enabled device shares a file with your Windows Phone, you’ll be prompted to “accept” or “ignore” it (in this example, my laptop which is named AVALON48 is sharing a file with my Nokia Lumia 920).
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OneDrive is Microsoft’s cloud-based data repository and every Microsoft account includes a minimum of 15 GB of free OneDrive space. You can manually upload files to your OneDrive space or you can install Microsoft’s OneDrive app on your Mac, Windows computer, laptop, tablet or phone and sync files between your online OneDrive space and all your devices (there are compatible apps for Windows-, Android- and iOS-based devices).
Your OneDrive space can be your own private data repository or you can use it to collaborate with your friends, family members, clubs, groups, coworkers, or customers by sharing your OneDrive folders and files with other people. When you share folders or files with others, you also set permissions that define how the shared files can be accessed by others. You can grant permission to others to only view the files or you can grant permission to view and edit the files.
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Sharing videos and pictures with other Bluetooth enabled devices is easy from Windows Phone 8. Videos and pictures that you create on the phone are stored in the camera roll album in the Photos hub on the phone.
Within the camera roll album, tap any video or picture you want to share, then tap the three dots in the lower right hand corner of the screen > share…
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