Online storage and collaboration company MediaFire has announced its first Android app, and, with that announcement, the company is giving users access to 50GB of free online data storage.
According to MediaFire CEO Derek Labian:
“Users today demand the tools to not only access their content on the go, but do many of the same tasks traditionally performed on desktop computers. Whether it’s accessing their personal files or important business documents, the new MediaFire for Android app provides desktop capabilities in a mobile experience, allowing users to quickly and securely store, backup, organize and share all their personal and work data anywhere, anytime.”
MediaFire’s Google Android app joins the company’s already competent offering which includes iOS apps for iPhone and iPad devices.
Files uploaded from the app are stored on MediaFire’s secured servers and are then accessible via mobile apps and through a users desktop and internet browser.
MediaFire provided The Inquisitr with the following list of features found on its new Android app:
• Keep all your important files at your fingertips
• View documents, spreadsheets, presentations, video, and listen to audio
• Take and upload pictures and videos directly in the MediaFire app
• Upload Android gallery images
• Create and manage folders of files
• Share files on the go via email, SMS, links and through other Android apps
• Quickly search all your MediaFire files and folders
Android users can download the new app HERE.
Will you be taking advantage of the new MediaFire app for Google Android?