Y Combinator filesharing service Kicksend launches its Android app

Y Combinator filesharing service Kicksend launches its Android app

A few months ago we told you about Kicksend, the Y Combinator company that lets you elegantly share files privately with friends.

The service is already available for iOS, but has now released an Android version of its app.

So. Much. Tech.

Some of the biggest names in tech are coming to TNW Conference in Amsterdam this May.

Here’s what the team had to say on its blog about the release today:

Today, we’re incredibly excited to launch the Android version of our popular app. Kicksend now offers a private, beautiful and easy way to send full quality photos and videos from both iPhone and Android devices.

Our mission is to make it easy to send anything from anywhere to anyone, without compromising your privacy. The new Kicksend for Android joins Kicksend’s web, desktop and iPhone apps in providing an intuitive and beautiful way to send, receive and organize personal files with the people you love.

As we pointed out in March, the service decided to provide free and unlimited access.

➀ Kicksend for Android

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