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This article was published on March 31, 2015

File-sharing service Infinit launches on iOS and Android, lets you send files to all your devices

File-sharing service Infinit launches on iOS and Android, lets you send files to all your devices
Abhimanyu Ghoshal
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Infinit has launched apps for its file-sharing service on Android and iOS. As with the company’s desktop apps, there’s no limit on the size of files you send to friends or to your other devices.

The app currently allows you to to only share images and video from your mobile devices, but you can receive various file types sent from Infinit’s desktop clients.

Infinit Android

Infinit is useful for sharing large video files and entire photo albums without having to compress or trim them — a boon for those with newer phones that shoot 4K video and high-resolution images.

You can share files with any of your contacts, even if they don’t use Infinit. The interface is easy to use, and makes light work of sending across images and video clips from your device. And if you use the app on your desktop, it allows you to quickly send files to your mobile devices with just a couple of clicks.

Infinit [Windows | Mac | Android | iOS]

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