ZeroDesktop expends cloud services brokerage solution to iOS
ZeroDesktop (www.zerodesktop.com), a developer of next-generation personal cloud operating system and cloud service brokerage solutions, has announced the expansion of its portfolio of Cloud Services Brokerage APIs [application programming interfaces] with the availability of four new mobile apps for iOS and Android devices to enable development of customer-branded solutions.
ZeroDesktop's Cloud Services Brokerage platform integrates and manages all of the user's content under one virtual roof and is designed to provide unified accessibility by web and mobile applications. The addition of ZeroDesktop's mobile apps for iPads, iPhones, Android tablets and Android phones enable ZeroDesktop partners to develop customer-branded services, providing their users with a unified, easy and secure way to access and manage all of their cloud content, aggregated by type, timeline or individual cloud service, regardless which services they use, says Young Song, CEO of ZeroDesktop.
ZeroDesktop's supported cloud services include Box, Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook, Flickr, Google Drive, Instagram, Photobucket, Picasa, Recood, SkyDrive, SugarSync and 4shared. Once the free ZeroDesktop app is downloaded and installed, users can search and instantly find their content stored in a variety of cloud services, share any size file or folder from any source by using a secure link, and browse or access their content by type or date wherever the files are stored.
The free version of ZeroDesktop's "ZeroPC Cloud Navigator" mobile and tablet apps for cloud-savvy and professional users is now available in the Apple App Store.