Microsoft OneDrive Pricing, Features, Reviews & Comparison of Alternatives

Microsoft OneDrive

Secure access, sharing & file storage

4.4/5 (5,943 reviews)

Microsoft OneDrive overview

OneDrive is a secure access, sharing and file storage solution which enables users to store and share photos, videos, documents, and more anytime, anywhere via any device, including desktops, laptops, tablets, and mobiles. Offeringa centralized platform, OneDrive gives users quick access to all of their photos and documents. OneDrive allows users to keep all of their favorite photos and videos safe, even if something happens to their device, with remote device wiping technology.

Users can also share files or entire folders, like photo albums, without attaching anything. Since OneDrive works with Office, users can create, edit and share their documents easily. OneDrive supports other collaboration tools such as real-time co-authoring, which allow users to work with anyone inside or outside of their organization. Users can use built-in search and discovery tools to find relevant files quickly.

Native mobile apps for Windows, iOS and Android give users the flexibility to access and share files on the go, via any mobile device. OneDrive also supports a number of security features including device access rules, device reports and remote device wiping. Users can also track which files are being shared, and with whom. In-app sharing enables each employee to seamlessly share and set specific access permissions for their files, based on the organization’s settings.
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Pricing

Starting from
$5
Pricing options
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Devices

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Markets

United States, Asia, Australia, Brazil, Canada and 9 other markets, China, Europe, Germany, India, Japan, Latin America, Mexico, Middle-East and Africa, United Kingdom

Supported languages

English, Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Czech and 22 other languages, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Taiwanese, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian
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Microsoft OneDrive reviews

Value for money
Features
Ease of use
Customer support
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Nithya Gopalakrishnan

A great shared drive which provides a shared space for document storage among teams!

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2019-08-10
Review Source: Software Advice

We have to work as a team that’s located remotely and consists of freelancers who work for the training company. So based on each persons role, we select the level of access and which folders are permitted to be shared for collaboration. It has always been useful to find the right files at the right time and use the shared folders if one drive to collaborate more seamlessly!

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Anonymous

If you want Microsoft OneNote then you MUST have OneDrive and have it installed RIGHT!

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2019-06-09
Review Source: Capterra

One of the worst application experiences I have ever had the displeasure of living thru regarding getting it to "work", all-encompassing, pertaining to all I did previously say.

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Shane Keith

Excellent storage ,when used wisely!

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2019-06-08
Review Source: Capterra

As stated though, If you do make sure all the settings are right before things get slowed down, its an amazing experience having the cloud at your finger tips on mobile, and laptop, Desktop, and both my Xbox and Xbox1 working together. As well as the ability to load my games from Xbox1 onto it, and go to a fiends house who has the system, but not the game, and be able to play it there, with MY profile in all its glory, and when i return home, all my progress returns with me for more solo gaming.

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Edward Moss

Cloud computing made easy

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2019-05-27
Review Source: Capterra

So easy to use and great for not only being able to access your working files from anywhere, but is also acts as a backup, something we humans are notoriously lax at. And in the couple of years of use, I've never witnessed lack of access or downtime. A good, reliable product.

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Anonymous

Storing Files in the Cloud has Never Been Easier!

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2019-05-07
Review Source: Capterra

OneDrive has allowed us as a company to move away from traditional file shares stored on-premises to a hybrid cloud-based file storage setup, with personal user storage stored in OneDrive and company files on-premises. This way users are always able to access their files even when not connected to the company network. We have been able to decommission several file servers as a result of moving to OneDrive, and hope to eventually store all company files in OneDrive/SharePoint in the future.

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Microsoft OneDrive pricing

Starting from
$5
Pricing options
Free
Free trial
Subscription
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OneDrive: Free storage for personal files.

OneDrive for Business Plan 1: $5.00 user/month (annual commitment)
OneDrive for Business Plan 2: $10.00 user/month (annual commitment)

Contact Microsoft for detailed pricing information.

Microsoft OneDrive features

Access Control
Collaboration Tools
Document Management
Document Storage
File Management
Permission Management
Search Functionality
Third Party Integration

API (226 other apps)
Activity Dashboard (118 other apps)
Activity Tracking (114 other apps)
Automatic Notifications (150 other apps)
Chat (127 other apps)
Collaborative Workspace (161 other apps)
Commenting (155 other apps)
Communication Management (98 other apps)
Customizable Branding (123 other apps)
Drag & Drop Interface (136 other apps)
Projections (113 other apps)
SSL Security (116 other apps)

Additional information for Microsoft OneDrive

Key features of Microsoft OneDrive

  • Adapts video playback to internet speed
  • Save notebooks to OneDrive
  • Edit Office docs online simultaneously
  • Browse animated GIFs & search for text in photos
  • Online viewing for Office documents
  • Upload multimedia from mobile devices
  • Create & share folders
  • Automatic camera roll backup
  • Share online & email slide shows
  • Post to Facebook, share captions & geotags
  • Device-specific selective sync
  • Anywhere access
  • File type support
  • Mobile scanning
  • Microsoft Office online
  • Data loss prevention management
  • In-place holds
  • Real time co-authoring
  • Desktop synchronization
  • Document review
  • Document storage
  • Document tracking
  • File storage
  • File sharing
  • Permission management
  • Photo management
  • Search & discovery tools
  • Microsoft Office integration
  • Survey management
  • Secure access
  • Feedback collection
  • Export to Excel
  • Surveys & feedback
  • Device reports
  • Device access rules
  • Remote device wiping
  • Track changes, automatically save previous versions
  • Document management
  • Collaboration tools
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Benefits

Smart files: Access OneDrive files anytime, anywhere without using all your storage or bandwidth. Choose the files you want online and offline.

Easy saving: Every Windows Store app can save files directly to OneDrive without any extra work

Camera roll backup: Choose to automatically upload all of the photos and videos you create with your built-in camera to the Camera Roll folder, in either good or best quality. It even works on a metered connection.

Sync settings: You can now backup as well as sync your PC/device settings, including start screen settings, installed apps, app data, and even your Internet Explorer favorites.

Mobility: Native mobile apps for iOS, Android and Windows phones give you the flexibility to access and share files on the go.