Android Users have been embracing cloud storage for quite a long time with the introduction of online services like DropBox, Google Drive and Box, however popular services like MediaFire were missing from the list. Well that changed today since the company officially released an official native Android App in Google Play.
The App is basically like any other cloud App, offers the ability to upload files (including multimedia & documents) and along with most of the standard features of the web interface like creating/deleting folders. The user can even have local photos from the gallery uploaded. Users as usual have access to a whopping 50GB of storage space with a maximum file size of 200MB which is quite amazing compared to other services.
The only key item missing for the time being is batch upload and the UI kinda looks like those Gingerbread-era Apps (The Mediafire App doesn’t use the Design Guidelines) but the company will certainly improve the App and add missing features in future releases.