The Microsoft SkyDrive app has been launched. SkyDrive was recently opened up to developers to use with their application (e.g. Handyscan) and now you can access and manage your SkyDrive from a stand alone application.
The SkyDrive App allows you to browse your entire SkyDrive files and share them. Just tap and hold on a particular file and folder and pop-up menu appears. Here you can choose to send a link that will let others view the file/folder or view and edit the file/folder. You can also organize, delete, and create new folders from within the application.
Microsoft just rolled out the SkyDrive App so it may take a few hours before it becomes available in all Countries/Regions. If SkyDrive is available in your area, let us know what you think in the comments. Once we get a Marketplace link for the SkyDrive App, we'll update the post.
Oh and not to leave our friends who use the iPhone behind, Microsoft has also released a version of the SkyDrive App for iOS. Should the need arise, you can find the iPhone version here.
source: windowsteamblog Thanks to everyone who tipped us!
UPDATE: Here's the Windows Phone Marketplace Link for the SkyDrive App. If you don't see it, the app is still rolling out to the various markets so check back later.