June 21, 2013

Cloudup Introduces Instant Stream Sharing Service for Videos, Photos, Music and Links

Today, wireless data networks have witnessed a rapid proliferation of multimedia applications such as Internet video streaming, image sharing and music. File sharing is daunting task for many professionals. It is time-consuming converting, filing, managing, uploading, and downloading. 

Now, the Cloudup has introduced of its free, easy-to-use, instant service for sharing any files or links by simply dragging-and-dropping them into the browser. The company is backed by $2.875M from Charles River Ventures, Atlas Ventures and other prominent investors.

 In addition, the Cloudup leads the industry in speed and uses HTML5 to ensure that both Web and mobile users can instantly access what you’re sharing regardless of device, operating systems, browsers or applications.

It has been founded by Thianh Lu and Guillermo Rauch, who previously created educational technology start-up LearnBoost. Both the professionals developed Cloudup out of frustration with sharing services that took too much time converting, filing, managing and uploading – they simply wanted to share whatever, whenever.

"Cloudup is a different approach to sharing — it’s the fastest sharing experience and one that requires the least effort from the user, yet it provides instant gratification for the recipient," said in a statement, Lu. "Today, we are excited to make Cloudup available to everybody."

Cloudup offers users to view any file type on mobile, including PDF, PowerPoint, Word and Excel. Mobile apps for Apple, Android (NewsAlert) and iOS devices will be available shortly. Cloudup is also available on the Mac as a desktop app that allows a user to quickly stream screenshots, files and links from his or her computer.

 You can do video streaming and keep it password-protected or shared freely through Facebook or Twitter (NewsAlert). This video can be seen by the recipient without having to sign up for an account. Cloudup users can share up to 1,000 items – almost 200Gb.

Cloudup is a place where users can share and consume content like files, images, and documents and make secure and shareable web content. It is flexible, free, and powerful way to stream and view anything, anywhere, for anyone.

Today, wireless data networks have witnessed a rapid proliferation of multimedia applications

Edited by Ashley Caputo


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