MediaFire, an online cloud storage solution provider and collaboration company has launched its first file sharing App that works on Android powered devices. This latest App provides its new users with 50GB of free cloud storage.
The App allows the users to upload files and helps the user to share files on different social networks, send the files through SMS, email or any transferring medium. It has an easy to use interface that make navigation much easier and users can upload file of any format, photos or music files in to MediaFire account.
Features of the new Android App:
- Users can view spreadsheets, watch videos and listen to music through the App
- Capture and upload pictures directly within the MediaFire account
- Upload images to gallery for easy access
- Users can create folders to organize important files
- Share important files via email, SMS or send the file link
Derek Labia, the CEO of MediaFire has stated that “ In present era, users are looking for tools that enables them to access the content while on the move and perform tasks similar to the desktop computers. This new Android App will enable the users to quickly share files, provides backup and organizes files form any where at any time”.
Android users can download this free App from the official Google play store.
Download link for latest MediaFire App:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mediafire.android.
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