App users can collect, organize and share files located anywhere—cloud services, devices, hard drives, etc.—on their Android device

PROVO, Utah – February 15, 2022 — / / — FileShadow™ users can manage their files from their Android devices through FileShadow’s new app. With FileShadow, users can collect, organize and share files through any Android device, their desktop, cloud services and more. The service provides complete file management from a phone or a tablet and is available on Google Play™ —

The new FileShadow app for Android joins the family of existing FileShadow apps available for Apple iPhones and iPads, macOS desktops, Windows desktops and all popular browsers.

“Terabytes of your files can now be immediately accessible from your Android tablet or phone,” said Tyrone Pike, president and CEO of FileShadow. “Through the new app, users can manage all their files—photos, videos, email and other documents—as if they were stored on their devices, but they don’t have to download the files to search, categorize, update or manage them. FileShadow allows them to place any file on their phone directly to the FileShadow Vault. It’s a great way to protect important photos or videos and share them with others, safely and securely.”

Users can share images and documents to and from their photos, text messages or file system directly to their FileShadow Cloud Vault. They can also find any file or photo in their vault and download it to their device. Customers can also publish collections of files from their FileShadow Vault by generating shareable links to an individual file or a private web page. The FileShadow Publish feature is a simple and secure way for families/friends/groups to organize, store and share important documents with others.

“Everything in your FileShadow Vault can now be controlled through a mobile device,” said Pike. “Customers can manage collections, apply tags, view and publish files, and manage their account from the app.”

FileShadow recently released an iOS App for cloud file management on iPhones and iPads. In November 2021, the company provided support for archiving email messages and attachments from Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Gmail, iCloud Mail, Yahoo! Mail, and generic IMAP servers into its cloud file archive. Those messages and attachments can be organized, searched and published, along with other files from disparate storage locations.

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About FileShadow
The FileShadow service aggregates files from cloud storage accounts (Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe’s Lightroom solutions, Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud, OneDrive and Slack); email (Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Gmail, iCloud Mail, Yahoo! Mail and IMAP servers); local storage (macOS, Windows Desktops, Windows Virtual Desktops); mobile devices (iOS and Android); and network and direct-attached storage (NAS/DAS) devices.

Using machine learning, FileShadow provides superior indexing and searching capabilities. With FileShadow, users can quickly find any file with advanced search features such as file content, OCR of PDFs, and GPS location and image searches. FileShadow is hosted on Google Cloud with storage provided by Wasabi’s Hot Cloud Storage, providing “11 nines” of durability for optimal file protection.

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FileShadow PR Contact:
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Mark Fredrickson

Source: FileShadow