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MediaFire takes on Dropbox with its own Android app

by On January 16, 2013

mediafire android app Popular cloud-based sharing service MediaFire has just released its own native Android app. The simple allows you to access your files stored on MediaFire’s cloud servers using your Android devices.The app suits well those of you who are not a fan of Dropbox or if you’re looking for an alternative way of storing your documents, photos and videos in the cloud to access it anytime, anywhere on your Android mobile devices. Installing the app gives you free 50GB of storage right away. According to MediaFire, your files are stored securely in their cloud servers and you’ll have a faster way of organizing and sharing all your data on the web. Additionally, the app also lets you directly upload photos taken from your Android device’s camera. This is of course similar to what Dropbox Android app allows you to do. Other things that theMediaFire Android app allows you to do include:

  • Keep all your important files at your fingertips.
  • View docs, 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, through other Android apps, and with copy and paste links.
  • Quickly search all your MediaFire files and folders.

MediaFire Android app is available now from the Google Play store as a free download.

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