Microsoft's SkyDrive system has been a web interface redesign and updated with new features as the firm aims to remain competitive in the rapidly growing cloud storage market.
The firm also announced that it would be launching an Android SkyDrive app in the near future.
Microsoft announcements come in the wake of sweeping interface changes which are occurring in prep for the up-coming release of Windows 8.
"With the update to SkyDrive.com that's rolling out over the next 24 hours, we've taken the same DNA from the SkyDrive Windows 8 app and brought that to the web," wrote SkyDrive program managers Omar Shahine and Mike Torres.
"We've updated nearly 100 per cent of the SkyDrive UI to provide a fast and fluid web experience on all browsers and devices."
Microsoft's redesigns come in the face of a similar overhaul which occurred to its Hotmail web email client earlier this year.
Now going by the name Outlook.com, the web-based email service comes packed with UI touches akin to the SkyDrive and Windows 8 interfaces. The new service's visual flare comes courtesy of Microsoft's new "Modern UI".
SkyDrive has also added an assortment of features. New options include a text search that combs through Microsoft Office files, multi-select with a drag and drop interface, and advanced sorting features.
The cloud storage system's new functionality also looks to streamline things for developers. Microsoft says its cloud service now comes without file restrictions for mobile access and full control of uploaded photo resolution.
Microsoft said it had brought in many of the new features at the behest of developers' calls for change.
"With these changes we've addressed a few of the top items of feedback from our developer community and can't wait to see the interesting innovations that our customers will get to enjoy, now that this functionality is available," added Shahine and Torres.
As part of the announcement Windows has promised an official Android app in the coming weeks. The new Android app will give users the same functionality currently found in SkyDrive's iOS and Windows Mobile apps.
SkyDrive will be integrated into the Windows 8 OS when it is released later this year.
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