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Mega launches iOS app

02 Dec 2013

Kim Dotcom's cloud storage service Mega has released an iOS app, available free of charge from the App Store.

Following the company's release of an Android app in July, the iOS app allows users to manage and move files stored in the service.

According to the official Mega blog, key features of the app include:

• Browse and manage your MEGA cloud storage account

• Fast file transfers

• Preview and stream supported document and file formats

• Export and send file and folder links

• Import file links into your account

Coming soon:

• Photo sync

• iPad support

Now that Mega is available on both Android and iOS, Dotcom took to Twitter to claim Mega's expansion is not finished just yet, tweeting:

 

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