Bet you thought Blaq was the only thing Kisai Labs did. Guess again! Their latest project titled ‘Cloudee‘ is a all new way to connect with the highly popular CloudApp straight from your BlackBerry PlayBook. Much like Dropbox or Box.net only quite a bit quicker.
Cloudee is compatible with BlackBerry tablet 1.0.8 OS or higher. CloudApp is available for Mac here. And apps like FluffyApp work great for Windows users like myself. Grab FluffyApp here.
° View files from your CloudApp account ° Download files to your PlayBook from CloudApp ° Upload new files from your PlayBook to CloudApp ° View bookmarks right within the app ° Send files to trash ° Stream audio right within the app ° Filter content by item type (swipe to right, as seen above)
The idea that we have BlackBerry PlayBooks and no native Dropbox app, nor SugarSync opens up doors to more of the other guys like Box.net, 3rd party apps like Files & Folders and now Cloudee.
I’ve spent a few days using Cloudee now, well actually about a week. But the last update which is the finished version now available in App World, is when I really began to notice the benefits of this specific application. *1. I upload a screenshot or weblink to Cloudee. *2. Open up FluffyApp from my PC. *3. Pull out the image or link on my computer. All this in less than 20 seconds. Email would have taken 3x as long. And I’m noticing using some of the other Dropbox, Box.net 3rd party clients take a fair amount of time too.
But it’s not about being in a hurry either. I will always use Dropbox also. I’m open to using multiple products. Why limit yourself to just one option? From what I can see Mac users have it pretty good with the original CloudApp. It’s got a gorgeous interface. Cloudee continues along the same path, as well as with Blaq. Maybe $3.99 is too rich for a few users.. Though I’d rather give all the best apps a chance before I started picking them apart.