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Friday, 18 January 2013 09:16

Mediafire launches Android app

Written by Fudzilla staff



Throws in 50GB of free cloud storage


Cloud storage outfit Mediafire has launched an Android app and it is offering 50GB of free storage to mark the occasion.

Mediafire has been available on iOS for quite a while, and you’ll need to set up an account before you install the app. Of course, the free version is ad-supported and it has a range of limitations. The free app does not support multi-file uploads and users are limited to a maximum file size of 200MB. It does not support direct camera uploads either.

This basically makes it a bit worse than Dropbox and a bit less crappy than Box. The app is getting relatively positive reviews, although some users are complaining about the limitations of the free package, so read the fine print before you commit.

You can get it here.

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