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The file sharing and storage vendor ShareFile has announced native iPhone and Android applications for its file sharing and storage platform. The company had previously offered non-native mobile access, but decided to build apps specifically for Apple iPhone and Android-based devices in response to a growing number of customer requests, said the company.

The Android app is available now, with the iOS version to follow in early Q2. BlackBerry, Windows Phone, and tablet apps will be added in the near future, said ShareFile. By using the open source PhoneGap platform to build the core of the mobile application in HTML and JavaScript, ShareFile was able to reduce development effort, it said.

Related:
ShareFile Adds Native Android, Apple Apps

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