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Box.net Releases an Android App for Tablets

by On August 11, 2011

Aside from the more popular online storage service Dropbox, there is also another service called Box.net. Box.net already has an Android app for smartphones and today a new app for Android tablets has just been made available on the Android Market. This is a pretty simple app that lets you upload documents from a tablet as well as view items stored on your Box.net account. Box.net Android app allows you view your files online using a two-panel view as well as pop-up menus. The app also lets you located your documents and then use Android apps installed in your table to open this file. Provided of course you have the Android apps associated with those files. According to the app’s description, Box.net offers a simple, secure sharing of files from anywhere. Hence, you can easily store file sonline, send big files fast and access your files on your Android tablet or smartphone. Other features of the app include – SSO for simple login process no matter what device you are using to access your Box.net account, easily share files and folders with links, find files fast with built-in search functionality, and save files you create in other Android apps to your Box.net account. The app also lets you create, rename and delete files and folders. Box.net offers up to 5GB of storage for free. But if you need more storage, you can easily upgrade your free account for a minimal fee. Box.net is available now as a free download from the Android Market.  

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