Cloud service MediaFire gets official Android app, free in Google Play

Cloud service MediaFire gets official Android app, free in Google Play
File storing and sharing MediaFire is one of the more popular cloud storage solutions and it just got a free Android app, up for grabs on the Google Play store.

MediaFire offers 50GB of free storage, and with the Android app you’d easily be able to access your files from the cloud and on the go. You can upload all kinds of files - documents, music and videos - to the service.

MediaFire joins the ranks of services like Dropbox and with its own mobile application. As to the app itself, it looks functional and does the job, but we wish it came with modern looks instead of what it is.

Good news is you can have your photos automatically uploaded to the cloud. Also, the usual content management and folder creation options are all there. You can check out the application at the link right below.

source: Android Task Force



1. networkdood

Posts: 6330; Member since: Mar 31, 2010

awesome, I will get this....

2. Edmund

Posts: 656; Member since: Jul 13, 2012

LOL.. Now you can download those viruses directly to the phone

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