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This article was published on March 19, 2012


Jolicloud Me launches in beta to help you make sense of your ‘personal cloud’

Jolicloud Me launches in beta to help you make sense of your ‘personal cloud’
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Jolicloud, best known for its lightweight, cloud-focused operating system, has today launched Jolicloud Me, a service designed to pull together all the content you have stored around the Web.

Built on the premise that it’s hard to keep track of all the content we store on the wide range of cloud-based services there out there. Jolicloud Me will provide three features to help keep track of your images, videos, music, links and documents.

A ‘Personal Search’ engine will let you track down individual files. A ‘Cloud Library’ automatically sorts all the items you have stored in multiple services, arranged by media type, time or location in real-time. Finally, ‘Collections’ allows you to pull together groups of content from different services, in multiple formats either for personal convenience or to share with friends.

At the London Web Summit today, Tariq Krim, CEO of Paris-based Jolicloud unveiled that Jolicloud Me is launching in beta from today on an invite-only basis. You can request an invite here. It will initially by offered as an HTML5 Web app for use in desktop browsers and on the iPad, and as native iPhone and Android apps.

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