MacMate, a cloud service launched in 2012 to replace According to a release, with 10GB free space to start users off on the cloud experience, initial uptake of the service has been exciting - especially considering the dominance of companies like Dropbox and
In addition, MacMate noted:
Cloud services are becoming more popular as people face the daunting task of managing their growing library of photos, videos, music and other personal files, not just on their home computers but also on their mobile devices. Users can upload documents, photos, music and videos to MacMate, and access them from anywhere on a number of devices, users can also easily share these files with whoever they want. MacMate is simple to use, with the familiar drag- and-drop to upload and download files.
MacMate added it differentiates itself from other cloud providers in many ways by giving the user 10GB of cloud storage with their free version, more than what users currently get with Dropbox and iCloud. The real value added with MacMate comes with the additional features which most other providers do not offer; this includes: file sharing, galleries, hosting, email and telephone support. MacMate also works like a real disk so there is no software to install - it works natively on Mac, Windows and Linux.
"We have been really impressed with the uptake of MacMate since our free version launched a few weeks ago. Thousands of new users are joining MacMate. The feedback we have received from our users is really encouraging - they love how simple and fast MacMate is, with the added bonus that it is built by a team of Mac specialists," noted
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MacMate, a cloud service launched in 2012 to replace
According to a release, with 10GB free space to start users off on the cloud experience, initial uptake of the service has been exciting - especially considering the dominance of companies like Dropbox and