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Sunday, April 29, 2012

SnapCrowd Provides Effective Cloud Storage

Posted by Brad Wasson in "Windows Phone Talk" @ 05:00 PM

http://www.wp7connect.com/2012/04/1...ic-videos-docs/

"SnapCrowd is the most advanced DAM (Digital Asset Management) platform on the market and we plan to keep it that way. Whether we like it or not our lives are now digital in some way or another, so why not keep it simple and secure. At SnapCrowd a user can store photos, video, documents, audio and even contacts, all in their original form protected behind SSL / TLS and HTTPS protocol layers."

Cloud storage has hit mainstream, and in the past week or two you may have noticed a number of reviews of Google Drive, Microsoft SkyDrive, Dropbox, and Apple iCloud. These services offer a number of unique and competitive features, and are worth checking into. I would definitely add SnapCrowd to your list though. It has a some compelling features and very competitive pricing, and may just facilitate your computing and mobile life in ways you might not expect.

The SnapCrowd developers state they allow larger file upload sizes than their competition, like 200 MB for photos, 4 GB for video, audio and documents, and allow RAW files from all the major camera manufactures. Their proprietary user interface allows all user functions even while uploading files. What's more, if for any reason your file gets interrupted in the upload process, you can just log back into your account and queue the file back up and it will continue where it left off.

The SnapCrowd WP7 app looks well designed and is very functional (see the demo on the linked page). The user-interface directly guides you to manage specific file types (like documents, music, photos and video). Meta data about your files is clearly presented, and interactions seem very straight-forward. Hit the Read link for additional information and a demo of how the WP7 app works.


Monday, October 25, 2010

Let Dropbox Know You Want a Windows Phone 7 Client

Posted by Jason Dunn in "Windows Phone Talk" @ 03:00 PM

http://forums.dropbox.com/topic.php...=13#post-164410

Are you a Dropbox user? Would you like to see Dropbox functionality on your Windows Phone 7? I know I sure would, so let's let Dropbox know that this is something we'd like to see by posting a comment in this thread on their site. You only need to have a Dropbox account to post a comment - and if you don't have one, use this link to sign up (you'll get an extra 250 MB of free storage, and so will I). Lastly, the video above is of a third-party Dropbox client - Cloudfiles - that's in development for Windows Phone 7 - it looks pretty cool.


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