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Kim Dotcom's Mega Acquires an Android App and Launches Free on Google Play

Kim Dotcom's Mega hits Google Play Store with its Android version. The cloud storage company acquires an Android app and relaunched it for free as Mega Android app.

Jul 5 2013, 5:48am CDT | by

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Kim Dotcom's Mega Acquires an Android App and Launches Free on Google Play

Kim Dotcom's Mega Acquires an Android App and Launches Free on Google Play

Kim Dotcom acquires an Android app for its cloud storage service, Mega. Now the New Zealand based company has relaunched this android app officially on Google Play for free. This is the very first mobile app of the company. Kim Dotcom's Mega Android app is not new but it has all native features of cloud storage app like searching, browsing, uploading and downloading. But the company has also made improvements and usual bug fixing in the old version of app. The features of this redesigned Kim Dotcom's Mega Android app also includes camera sync for automatic video uploading to Mega and thumbnails of images. While downloading speed is faster and user can also export and send links of flies/folders.

Kim Dotcom has mentioned many times in past that it will launch an iOS app. But what comes out is an Android app for Mega. Yet the company states in official blog that it is working on iOS and Windows versions of Mega and both these are currently in the final stages of development. So users of Mega cloud storage can soon see it on Apple and Windows Stores.

Download Free Mega Android App.

 

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