Web Host 1&1 Internet Releases Storage App

1and1 online storageWeb host 1and1 Global, a leader in hosting websites, has announced the launch an app for Android and other OS’s. You’re probably  asking why we need another online storage app? Simple, you can never have enough storage.  1and1 offer 2GB free storage, but if more is needed, one can purchase additional storage space. The 2GB is included with most web hosting plans and is designed to let business owners easily edit and manage documents while traveling or while on the move.

“With the increased demand for mobile Web connections, 1&1 has been working hard to provide our customers with the tools necessary to manage their business from any type of internet connection,” Oliver Mauss, CEO of 1&1 Internet Inc said in a statement. “Mobile applications have become a dominant force in communication and information management and we welcome the challenge to continue providing customers with tools that support their efforts to effectively conduct business on the go.” – press release

The 1and1 app supports many popular formats including  XLS,PPT,JPG, PDF and more!



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  1. Rune
    June 01, 15:35 Reply

    If you ever sign up with 1&1 you will pay them for life.  For three years I have tried by phone by mail and snailmail to cancel my service and they continue to charge my PayPal account.  When PayPal reverse the charges based on overwhelming evidence I have tried to cancel with 1&1, the billing department at 1&1 sends it to collection.  These guys lie they are crooks and NEVER even think of using them

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