Kim Dotcom's Mega File Sharing Service Launching iOS App Soon

Posted July 5, 2013 at 3:34pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 7462 views

Kim Dotcom's popular file sharing service, Mega, will be landing on iOS soon according to their recent blog post.

The company announced their official Android App has been launched in the Google Play Store and is available for free. The iOS App and Windows sync client are currently in the final stages of development and testing and should be launched soon.

Feature are to include:

●Browse your MEGA cloud storage account
●Fast up- & downloading
●Camera sync: Automatically upload your photos and videos to MEGA
●Export and send file and folder links
●Image thumbnails
●Create, delete, rename and move files and folders

Mega launched earlier this year to mark the one year anniversary of Megaupload's government seizure. Mega offer 50GB of storage with options to expand up to 4TB.

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Joey - July 5, 2013 at 3:49pm
This will be nice. Thanks Kim.
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