Marietta, GA (PRWEB) January 07, 2013
Metago, the leading provider of file and content management applications for Android devices approaching 50 million installs, today announced an update to ASTRO File Manager that brings Box’s enterprise content and collaboration platform as well as Blue Peach’s Blue Share for enhanced network file sharing.
“Adding the Box integration is great for our users because Box is a leader in helping individuals and businesses manage their content from any device or location,” said Kent Krueger, vice president of sales and business development at Metago. “I have worked closely with the Box team and we have built a great integration and relationship. We are running a promotion for 30 days where users that sign up for Box via ASTRO receive a 15GB Box account,”
With the addition of Blue Share networking, ASTRO users now can easily view pictures, listen to music, open documents, copy files and more from any Windows, Mac, or Linux PC.
"ASTRO is the leading content management app on Android with over 40 million installs," said Richard Schmitt, chief technology officer at Blue Peach. “The combination of application and library design allows ASTRO to treat remote and local files the same, thereby uniquely differentiating ASTRO from other file managers on Android. This was an exciting deployment for us because it allows us to showcase how easily CIFS/SMB file sharing capabilities can be integrated into existing Java based applications on Android.”
To find out more information regarding Metago, or to download ASTRO File Manager, you can visit us online at http://www.metago.net or follow us at http://www.twitter.com/metagoinc or http://www.facebook.com/ASTROfilemanager.