The advent of smartphones has made the world more connected than ever before. In seconds, people can share videos, social media messages or various other digital connections through a device that can be held in the palm of a human hand. Not to mention, the digital era has made it possible to share and store files effortlessly and digitally. For2ww has produced an app, ShareCloud, which covers all the sharing needs of Android device owners. It’s an app tailored to share a number of files, apps, music, videos and image files with friends and family members in just one click. Digital file sharing and the backup of crucial files through the Smartphone is made a lot stronger through this app.
ShareCloud features a quick and easy way to effortlessly share files wirelessly with friends and contacts. This means users can share files via Bluetooth, a Wi-Fi hotspot with no data required, Dropbox, Google Drive or Facebook. Users can use ShareCloud to instantly share some fancy new photos or video clips to their social media channels. Facebook, Twitter Tumblr and more are all enabled through ShareCloud. Even if users are not looking to share their files, ShareCloud is also a great way to back up personal files. This way, if there is important material on an Android, it can all be backed up to an SDcard or a Dropbox through ShareCloud. Users can even find and share the best and hottest apps through ShareCloud, which be launched using the app’s “instant search” feature. Important work documents can be searched, and later share, to a Dropbox or Google Drive. This could be an important service if an important document needs to be shared, but the user is not at a home office or does not have a computer handy. ShareCloud can help that user look up the important file and share it instantly from a Google Drive account or a Google Dropbox.
ShareCloud can be accessed anywhere across the globe, so users will never have to worry about where they need to send or share a file. ShareCloud is available now for the Android, and it's just a click away at the Google Play Store.