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Fri, 5th Jul 2013
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Mega has officially released its first mobile app, now freely available from the Google Play Store.

Founded by Kim Dotcom, the site says iOS and Windows apps will follow the Android release as the company accommodates feature requests and fixes reported bugs.

Dotcom, who this week faced off with Prime Minister John Key, has produced a familiar mobile app for a cloud storage service, encompassing most of the features expected with the app.

Features include:

• Browse your MEGA cloud storage account• Fast up & downloading• Camera sync: Automatically upload your photos and videos to MEGA• Export and send file and folder links• Image thumbnails• Create, delete, rename and move files and folders

With regards to iOS and Windows, the Mega blog posted the following update:

"We appreciate your feedback and will accommodate feature requests and fix reported bugs swiftly.

"Our iOS app and Windows sync client are currently in the final stages of development and will follow suit."

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