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Kim Dotcom's Mega launches Android app, vows iOS and Windows apps soon

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Kim Dotcom launched his Mega cloud storage platform with much fanfare, but few ways to use it. That's finally improving now that the Mega Android app is here. The release won't shock anyone who has used established rivals like Dropbox and Google Drive, but it is reasonably complete with two-way transfers, image previews and automatic camera syncing. It won't be alone for long, either. Mega says that both iOS and Windows apps are in the last stages of testing, which could give us more of an incentive to try what's still a very young service.

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