Cloudee for BlackBerry PlayBook now available

Cloudee PlayBook
By Adam Zeis on 5 Mar 2012 01:19 pm
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Everything seems to be going to the "cloud". We store our data, files, media and whatever we can in cyberspace for safe keeping and sharing. CloudApp is a popular cloud service that makes sharing files super easy, and now Cloudee brings the fun to the BlackBerry PlayBook. With Cloudee you can view, upload and download files from your CloudApp account, stream audio, view bookmarks and much more. Cloudee is an awesome way to store and share files right on your PlayBook. If you haven't used CloudApp before it's definitely worth checking out for both Windows and Mac. Cloudee sells for $3.99 and is available in BlackBerry App World now.

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15 comments

tstrike34

So how is this better than Box.net or Dropbox?

Just curious.

guerllamo7

Same question as the tstrike34. Also, what is the max storage available.
Thanks.

timmartin

Not paying a penny until there is a proper review or more info from the developer.

jcarty

What information are you looking for?

NickA

It doesn't look like they have a free service (according to their website that only mentions Mac). The cheapest is 5 bucks a month.

maddogkiller

RIM brought a mobile cloud service company last year. When that happen people thought Blackberry would soon have something like Apple 's iCloud . But it has not done much with the company .

symbotier

You can find instructions for syncing files between your computers and your playbook for free using sugarsync and side-loaded android apps in the forums. Cut and paste the link below.

http://tinyurl.com/75vq5xo

Bruno_the_Great

Not sure I have a need for this at this point or how it differs from the others, but I will say this much - Kisai Labs also made Blaq for the PlayBook and it's dope. Plus, Kisai provides excellent support, via Twitter, too. That's a big deal to me. I'm definitely gonna look into it. I have no problems paying for good apps with good support.

John.P

The app is solid, connects great with my CloudApp without issue. Nicely done!

JREwing

My Dropbox is free. And if I need extra cloud storage, I can use my Skydrive and get 25gb free storage. Not sure why I would want this.

dagerlach

Tell us about the security of our files we put on CloudApp. I too also wish RIM managed a Cloud type system for their devices. This would seem to be very easy for RIM to do!

gritsinct

I would also like to know about security...

TomCanuck

to everyone asking about security. Their TOS clearly states they make NO claims to their service being secure:

Linebreak does not warrant that (i) the service will meet your specific requirements, (ii) the service will be uninterrupted, timely, secure, or error-free, (iii) the results that may be obtained from the use of the service will be accurate or reliable, (iv) the quality of any products, services, information, or other material purchased or obtained by you through the service will meet your expectations, and (v) any errors in the Service will be corrected.

sourced from: http://support.getcloudapp.com/customer/portal/articles/208750-terms-of-...

jrohland

The question I always have but never seam to get answer for is;

Does the Cloud drive mount into the PlayBook file system as a seamless device? Right now I am using Files and Folders to access my DropBox drive but, I have to cut and paste files to use it. Where as on my PC, I can access the DropBox folders as though they are part of the file system. I would be willing to pay a monthly fee to just have seamless access to my Cloud drive from all my devices.