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Kim Dotcom's Mega cloud app for iOS now auto-uploads your snapshots

Mariella Moon, @mariella_moon
February 9, 2014
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Sure Kim Dotcom recently dropped an album, but that doesn't mean he's leaving his other projects to rot. His Mega cloud storage app for iOS just got a refresh, and it now comes with PhotoSync, which enables the app to automatically upload any new pictures you take, just like Dropbox and other backup services. It's pretty customizable, and you can toggle on cellular data upload in the absence of WiFi, as well as turn on an option that instructs Mega to sync images whenever you change locations. In an effort to protect those images (and other files) from prying eyes, Mega also added a four-digit passcode protection system. It has the power to erase all data after ten failed attempts at guessing the combination, so no nosy friend can see the selfies you took while rocking out to Change Your Life.

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