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Jolicloud 2 gets Feedly integration and a simpler interface for all your cloud services

Nicole Lee, @nicole
December 13, 2013
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It's been a long time coming, but Jolicloud has finally released version 2 of its cloud-services aggregator today. To the uninitiated, Jolicloud is essentially a one-stop shop for all your web activity, be it Instagram photos, Facebook likes or Dropbox files. Jolicloud 2 retains much of the same functionality as its predecessor, but has been upgraded to play nicer with Chrome with a new structure that separates out content from online storage. "Home" is for the former, and it's where you can keep track of the latest updates from your social networks along with a library of all the items you've faved or liked across the internet. The new version of Jolicloud also now has Feedly integration, which is good news for news junkies out there. As for online storage, that's now under "Drive" and it's where you can manage files from sites like Dropbox, Google Drive, SugarSync and more. You can even play media files, edit text and share folders right from the Jolicloud interface. So if you live your life in the cloud and want a single space to access them all, you might want to take a look at Jolicloud's latest.

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