Mediafire shall truly be considered as one of the best and ease-to-use cloud services available yet, for the same reason now we daily have a bunch of crowd heading towards the account registration.
Its has been a long time since most of the cloud services introduced apps to support Android but Mediafire kept itself away from this, due to unknown reason. But the point is, today Mediafire takes a big leap towards Android, pushing the boundaries and releasing an Android app officially.
Mediafire is an easy-to-use and simple cloud service which puts itself in, to manage user’s digital stuff like Images, Videos, Text files etc. With the Mediafire App on Android, you can easily access and backup all your documents, images, videos and other files on the go, anywhere and anytime. It also allows you to organize your files in an even away with a free 50 GB storage.
Present & Future of this App
The App was released yesterday, on 16 Jan 2013 marking its presence in the Play Store. It is currently labelled as Version 1 and supports any Android running 2.2 and up. Tough it doesn’t have a pretty attractive UI but still offers some useful features which will surely come in handy while using the Mediafire cloud services. As far as the future of this App is concerned, we can surely expect it to be updated with a more interactive User Interface and other features which shall take this App to the top bunch.
Features that it presently offers
- 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.
Users have already posted some good feedback and the same is expected from you, please provide your experience and feedback on the Play Store.
If you haven’t yet registered on Mediafire, then fill up the registration form and grab your free 50 GB of cloud storage.