After exactly one year ago by now, when the US Justice Department has shut down the popular file sharing website Megaupload on grounds of promoting piracy, with the founder Kim Dotcom being arrested for it.
Dotcom has since then been working on a successor to Megaupload, which now a year after the original site went down, has finally gone live under the name Mega.
What is “Mega” ? Well! Mega is pretty much like any other file uploading and sharing service, such as Dropbox. You can drag and drop a file to quickly upload and share them. Mega offers you four subscription options at various price points. The first one is free of charge and gives you 50GB of free storage space. The other three options give you 500GB, 2TB and 4TB for €9.99, €19.99 and €29.99 per month, respectively.
The service is still in an early version and the creators are promising several additions and improvements in future. To register, head over the link source down bellow, and I invite you to come and deliver your first impressions of the service in the comments section of this article.
If you’ve found that Microsoft’s very own cloud storage solution SkyDrive doesn’t quite cut the mustard for you, worry no more as Dropbox for Windows RT and Windows 8 is already on its way. The Dropbox app for Windows RT and Windows 8 is ready and submitted to Microsoft for approval. Lots of people rely on the Dropbox service instead on the Microsoft’s own SkyDrive and it’s certainly going to boost the productivity of the RT slates.
The Windows 8 users had a Dropbox app since its launch (the Desktop one), but the RT owners had nothing but the web client until now. Well, the Modern app should pop up in the Store any moment now.
Google has released updates for three of its Android apps – Google Drive, Google Wallet and Google Play Music. And while Wallet and Music got nothing but bug fixes, Google Drive was treated to a really big update with tons of new features.
Google Drive for Andoird now sports some folder management tools, allowing you to filter folder contents by file type, create folders as well as upload and move files around them. The Document Editor now supports basic tables as well as richer Google Presentations viewing experience. The editor also got pinch to zoom, which many users will find handy. It allows you to change fonts as well as create, reply and resolve comments.
Pinned content in Google Drive is important, so it now can be auto-synced over 3G networks. There’s also a newly added option to resume interrupted uploads. The app enables file printing using the Google Cloud Print service, too.
You can get the updated Google Drive app, in the source link below.
Source : Google Play