Microsoft signs partnership with Cyanogen, which means you can expect to see Microsoft apps bundled in future version of Cyanogen.
Recently, Microsoft is making a push to Android market, releasing more and more apps and services to Android users. But Microsoft today announced partnership with Cyanogen, the team behind the popular Cynagonemod.
But what does this all mean? Well, you can expect to see Microsoft apps and services integrated into future versions of Cyanogen’s software, including Skype, OneDrive, OneNote, Office Mobile, Bing and so on…
This is probably one of the first of many steps Microsoft is planing to make to increase it’s market-share, and also to increase its footprint on Android devices.