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    Eightythree Technology Launches Stream Player on App Store

    UK based Eightythree Technology is proud to introduce Stream, a tiny, but smart and powerful cloud music player for iOS devices that let you listen music directly from your cloud storage like Box, Dropbox, GoogleDrive, OneDrive and Yandex.Disk. Also Stream will help you to download your beloved music for offline playback as well as transfer music files to iOS local storage from your computer using WiFi connection.

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    Entrepreneur Builds Social Charades Game from Basement

    Entrepreneur Hani Shabsigh quit his desk job, taught himself to program in nine months, and is now launching social charades game iACTaFOOL. He credits the rise of cloud BaaS services for lowering barrier to entry for startups.

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    Storage Made Easy Release Updated Version of iSMEStorage Cloud Unifier

    Storage Made Easy have released a new version of their Cloud unification Application iSMEStorage 2.33. The App unifies public cloud services such as DropBox, Box, SkyDrive etc as well as private cloud services such as OpenStack, Eucalyptus Walrus, WebDav, FTP etc.

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    New App Integrates Cloud Based File Systems into a Mobile Interface

    New App, Files Access Anywhere 1.0 for iPhone and iPad allows users to access their files on Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft Sky Drive, FTP Servers and file systems on Remote Computers through a simplified and easy-to-use mobile interface. Users can drag & drop files, view pictures or documents in landscape or portrait mode or even connect to an external display or Apple TV and enjoy the full screen view of files or make impressive presentation during an office meeting.

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    RingByName Platform Now Available on Android Market

    First customer-centric small business phone solution designed to empower mobile professionals and “solopreneurs” with deep business intelligence now available on desktop and mobile interfaces, all for as low as $35/user per month