Better service, cheaper price.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 02, 2012
http://www.TwinFolder.com, a new file syncing, sharing and online backup service is preparing to launch a beta version of its product. According to TwinFolder, the service will be available mid-April.
TwinFolder users can now sync files, including documents, pictures, movies and music to all their digital devices. All the files are safely and securely backed up on TwinFolder’s servers, providing the users a secure online backup service for no extra cost. Users can also share files/folders with their friends. TwinFolder provides extra controls over shared content with read/write/share permissions. Additionally, TwinFolder provides access to files by giving out of the box WebDAV support, which means users can access their files easily from other software/apps like Apple’s Keynote, Pages, Numbers etc. WebDAV support also enables users to access files from a computer that does not have the TwinFolder software installed on it.
Unlike DropBox, the market leader for file syncing, TwinFolder does not impose a limit on the number of folders synced. Apart from these features, TwinFolder is developing a desktop-grade web app, which is intuitive and easy to use. It looks like native operating system file browser, and lets users manipulate their files with easy drag/drop and cut/copy/paste operations.
TwinFolder offers its improved service for about a quarter of the price of what the leading competitor offers. The company plans to give 5 GB for free to let users try the service. Additional space can be bought at 50 GB for $2.99/month and 100 GB for $5.99/month. For its beta users and early adopters, the company is offering 10 GB free space. A beta invitation can be requested by signing up at http://beta.twinfolder.com.
In response to the ultra low prices at which they are offering the service, Taran Gill, Founder/President of TwinFolder said, “Thanks to our innovative team, we will be able to provide our service at much cheaper prices than any other file syncing service. Our hard work and dedication has allowed us to successfully develop storage and compression technologies, that let us provide this service in a cost effective way without compromising the safety of our users data.” TwinFolder is expected to take the lead on a fierce competition with established companies that include Dropbox, Box.net, SugarSync and other rumored upcoming services like Google Drive.The company hopes its low prices, with no compromise to service, and the plethora of additional features will beat the competition easily. Their confidence is founded on the simple fact that they provide a better service at a lower price.