YouSendIt application hits Android Market, full of handy features

YouSendIt application hits Android Market, full of handy features

Like many of you guys I am a very big fan of cloud computing the advancements we’re seeing in mobile clients.  Whether its Dropbox, Evernote, Box, PogoPlug or any other player, it’s wonderful to send, share, create, and manage from desktop and mobile alike.  This week sees another player release an Android application as YouSendIt enters the mix.

As one might expect, the YouSendIt app for Android allows users to send and receive files as well, manage and share business content, and even sign documents on the go.  Acting very much like its desktop/web counterpart, the app is also an easy way to sync personal data and files across multiple devices.  I tried it out and was immediately able to ‘transfer’ files to and from my laptop and smartphone.

YouSendIt is available for free in the Android Market for devices running 2.2 or higher!


Source: Androinica

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