Megaupload “famed” Kim Dotcom’s end-to-end encrypted cloud service Mega, which available to public since early-November, now arrived to iOS App Store.
Mega, which claims to protect the user accounts safe from government and spies with its end to end encrypting technology has first came to android 4 months ago with few features and now it came out of those “few” features.
The firm says regarding the security ad privacy:
“Your data is encrypted and decrypted by the client devices only and never by us.”
The Mega iOS App works similarly to the Android app but without the Camera Sync option and the firm says that it will be added along with the iPad support soon. Currently, features such as easy sharing and file previewing available within the Retina-friendly app.
The web interface of the Mega cloud storage is much cleaner and quicker than any other Cloud storage provider – that also has been added to the iOS and Android apps. Now that the Windows Phone smartphones are left to get the Mega App and it might come in few days. Moreover, you will get 50GB free storage in the cloud and if you are in need of more storage and bandwidth, the company also has Mega Pro subscription service starting from $10.99 per month or $119.99 per year, which gives you 500 GB of storage space and 1000 GB of bandwidth per month.
Now, you think that you have to sync the data on your Mac or Windows desktops – don’t worry, the firm will release the desktop applications in few weeks gap. Download the Mega app for Android at Google Play and iOS at App Store.