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This article was published on November 27, 2013

Kim Dotcom’s cloud storage service Mega now has an iOS app

Kim Dotcom’s cloud storage service Mega now has an iOS app
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Mega, the cloud storage service run by Kim Dotcom now has an iOS app, following the introduction of an Android app back in July.

The free-to-download app allows users to manage and move files stored in the service, as well as upgrade accounts with more storage space with a Mega Pro subscription, costing $10.99 per month or $119.99 per year. Mega Pro provides 50GB of storage and 1000GB of bandwidth transfers. It’s worth noting that if you do go down the subscription route, they’ll auto-renew monthly or annually.

Now that the company’s iOS app has arrived, it’s only the promised sync clients for Windows, Mac and Linux desktops that we’re waiting on, though Dotcom says it’s coming soon.

➤ Mega [App Store]

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