Microsoft has updated its OneDrive iOS application to allow users to view, search and delete stored images from an Apple Watch.
The 5.3 update of the software is live on the Apple app store, and adds several capabilities to the cloud storage software.
Microsoft already provides the service for PC and Mac, but has now made it available for the newly released Apple Watch, pre-orders for which have already exceeded 2.3 million.
"OneDrive is the one place for everything in your work and personal life. It gives you free online storage for all your personal files so you can get to them from your iOS device, computer and any other devices you use," the company said.
"With OneDrive for Business you also get storage for your work files so you can share and collaborate on them with other people at your work or school. The OneDrive app for iOS lets you easily work with your personal and work files when you're on the go.
"If you have a new Apple Watch, you can enjoy your OneDrive photos right from your wrist! View your most recent photos and delete photos you don't want to keep. Find photos by tag. View your albums."
The application has had mixed reviews on the Apple Store, some positive but some suggesting that it fails to offer a consistent experience.
Google does not offer a version of its cloud services for the Apple Watch, but has added a cluster of additions to Android Wear today in a bid to take on the Apple device.
The Apple Watch will advance the wearables market dramatically, according to predictions from analyst firm IDC.
The device will inspire a 133 percent increase in wearables adoption this year, and push total sales to more than 46 million units.
Microsoft is just the latest major brand to bring an Apple Watch to market, with the likes of National Rail, Salesforce, Twitter and British Airways also building apps to complement their iPhone tools for the Watch's availability later this week.
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