File-Sharing Service Mega to Be Launched on iOS

File-Sharing Service Mega to Be Launched on iOSAccording to a recent announcement on Mega’s official blog, Kim Dotcom’s popular file-sharing service will be launched soon on iOS

Already available for free as Android app in the Google Play Store, Mega for the iOS and Windows sync client is preparing to leave the development and testing phases and roll out:

The app will be offering features such as:

Browsing withing MEGA cloud storage account
Fast up- & downloading
Camera sync: Automatically upload your photos and videos to MEGA
Export and send file and folder links
Image thumbnails
Create, delete, rename and move files and folders

For those unfamiliar with the history of Dotcom’s current file-sharing service, Mega launched on January 19 this year, just in time to mark one year since Megauploa (Dotcom’s former file-shairng service) was shutdown by authorities. Users are offered now 50GB of storage for free but they can choose to upgrade to paid accounts that can include up to 4TB.