MediaFire 2.0 for Android update brings auto backup, clean UI and more

By | August 21, 2014
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MediaFire, the most popular cloud storage service, today has update its Android app to the version v2.0, which brings more change in the life of an app. Software seemingly goes through the digital adolescence overnight and finds itself inside the new body which different and similar at the same time. The new version don’t look unfamiliar for those who know the app for a while, but many of the users probably say it has aged for the better.



The latest version brings the clean UI to the app and the Icons have changed the color and the visuals have got the extra layer of polish. Additional to the UI tweaks, the new version is packing the substantive changes too. MediaFire new version now supports the automatic audio and video too. Once the media files are on the web, the app will do the better job of streaming them back down.



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Changelog

  • Automatically backup photos of your camera roll, and it lets you to automatically upload and protect all your videos and photos to the MediaFire cloud.
  • Share the documents and the media directly from your mobile device, easily share through the sms, email or your favorite chat app.
  • Stream videos and music – stream your music and video collection from anywhere and anytime.
  • New native interface, smooth scrolling, browsing and sharing, thanks to our native app.

MediaFire is currently offering 12 GB cloud storage for free with the ability to earn upto 50 GB, while the premium accounts offering 1 TB for $2.50 per month and $24.99 per year.

Download MediaFire 2.0 for Android 



Author: Peter Jacksonn

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