Mega is what we can define as a successor to MegaUpload, closed by the US authorities for the presence of illicit material. It still lacks a native app for iOS in order to manage the service, but it could be available soon according to its creator, Kim Dotcom.
Kim Dotcom now lives in New Zealand, where he manages a cloud storage service that gives more than 50GB of space to its subscribers, and in addition a system of data protection that should defend particularly effective content of our account from the prying eyes of the American government services.
The company has just released an app for Android and said to be working on versions for iOS and Windows Phone. The app is already on Google Play allows you to browse the contents of the account, download and upload files, images and video (with the ability to automatically sync photos taken with the camera), search for files and share them with friends via public links and acquaintances.
“The versions for iOS and Windows Phone are in the final stages of development and will be published soon with the same feature”
Mega, as you already know, is the successor of MegaUpload and was launched in January. Kim Dotcom offers to its users 50 GB of free space, which we can increase up to 4 TB.