SMEStorage Enables Unlimited File Access Options for Android Users With a Multi-Cloud Data Access Application That Supports Over 10 Storage Clouds

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SMEStorage, the multi-cloud Data Access Provider, has released its multi-cloud client for the Android giving users of Android phones the ability to manage their cloud files on Microsoft SkyDrive, MobileMe, Amazon S3, Google Docs + many other clouds. Using the SMEStorage.com cloud gateway users are able to sync files directly to their Android device from their chosen cloud as well as upload photos.

This application provides access to an amazing array of storage clouds right from the palm of your hand, and provides sophisticated file sharing, file security, viewing and sync-to-device features.

SMEStorage, the multi-cloud data access provider is pleased to announce that its SMEStorage Android application is live in the Google Marketplace. The application is the first Android application to let users access and manage over 10 storage clouds from their Android Phone in one Cloud file view. Clouds from which files can be viewed and managed include Amazon S3, RackSpace CloudFiles, Box, Apple Mobile Me, Microsoft SkyDrive, Microsoft Live Mesh, Gmail-as-a-cloud, Email-as-a-Cloud, FTP-as-a-Cloud, Google Docs, and WebDav enabled clouds.

CEO Ian Osborne states, "We are very happy to add the Android to the list of clients that users can use to get access to their files from our platform. This application provides access to an amazing array of storage clouds right from the palm of your hand, and provides sophisticated file sharing, file security, viewing and sync-to-device features.

"There are number of firsts for this application. It is the first to virtualize storage clouds and make them available from one Cloud File System, and it is the first App of any kind in Google MarketPlace that enables access to Microsoft SkyDrive files.

"If users are at all like me they will have files in Google Docs, company files in something like Amazon S3, personal Files stored on FTP, and files stored as email attachments on GMail. I use my own service as I find the ability to access all this information in one location and move files easily invaluable. Couple this with easy ways to secure files, file share and sync, and you have on the road nirvana!"

Osborne finished by saying, "As with the iPad, we expect to support the next generation of Android tablet devices as they come through to market."

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