Kim Dotcom's Mega Launches Official iPhone App For File Sharing | Cult of Mac

Kim Dotcom’s Mega Launches Official iPhone App For File Sharing



Kim Dotcom’s questionably-legal controversial cloud storage service, Mega, now has an official iPhone app. Designed specifically for iOS 7, the new app lets users manage their accounts and files on the go.

Not only can you see your files in a Dropbox-like interface, but you can export and import links to share with others. You can view and stream supported file formats and save them for offline viewing.

Users get 506B of free storage just for signing up. Here’s information on a Mega Pro subscription..

Inside the app you can upgrade your storage space & bandwidth quota by subscribing to MEGA Pro with a monthly or yearly subscription.
Subscriptions are €9.99 (US$10.99) per month or €99.99 (US$119.99) per year.
This subscription gives you 500 GB of storage space and 1000 GB of bandwidth per month.
Subscriptions are renewed automatically for successive subscription periods of the same duration and at the same price as the initial period chosen. You can switch off the automatic renewal of your MEGA Pro subscription no later than 24 hours before your next subscription payment is due via your iTunes account settings page. To manage your subscriptions, simply click on the App Store icon on your handset, sign in with your Apple ID at the bottom of the page (if you haven’t already done so) and then click View ID. You’ll be taken to your account page where you can scroll down to Manage App Subscriptions. From here, you can select your MEGA Pro subscription and view your scheduled renewal date, choose a different subscription package or toggle the on-off switch to off to disable the auto-renewal of your subscription.

Mega is available for free in the App Store.

Source: App Store