Kim Dotcom’s Mega cloud storage exits beta, safe messaging and video chat due subsequent yr
The feds might have taken Megaupload to the large cloud storage facility within the sky, however Kim Dotcom’s followup Mega goes robust and now out of beta. That official launch features a new net UI with tweaks targeted on making every thing quicker and extra environment friendly, together with native caching that solely syncs modifications made because the final time you related. Sharing amongst associates also needs to be simpler, with consumer avatars for a visible reminder of who’s who plus contact administration that exhibits what number of information somebody is sharing with you and once they have been final up to date. The ultimate tweaks talked about are tree type navigation between folders, the power to maneuver across the website whereas persevering with file transfers and a customized Firefox extension.
So what’s subsequent for Mega? Its iOS app has been submitted for evaluation (it is already out there on Android), and is predicted within the subsequent month together with a Sync desktop app headed for Home windows, OS X and Linux. Wanting down the street into 2014, the corporate additionally previewed encrypted communications providers (together with file attachments, in fact) for textual content messaging between members and video conferencing constructed to maintain prying eyes locked out.
Coming quickly to your i-system: finish-to-finish encrypted cloud storage. We’ve submitted our iOS app to Apple yesterday. pic.twitter.com/kG6AbkGut1
– MEGA (@MEGAprivacy) November 2, 2013