After launching the iOS OneCloud cloud-based functionality that offers file sharing with certain third-party apps, Box has gone ahead and updated its Android app to include OneCloud support. OneCloud lets users access their documents saved in the cloud right on their Android smartphones and tablets using other apps.
The Box application lets users view images, documents and other files right inside the app, but what’s interesting is that the app works with more than 50 other apps that can offer users more advanced editing features for those files you want to access on the go. Naturally, these apps have to be downloaded from Google Play also, but once that’s done, you’ll be able to better manage and edit your cloud documents on your mobile device while keeping them safely stored in Box.
Here are the main features of Box for Android:
And here’s what update 1.8.0 will offer you, in addition to Box OneCloud integration:
By default, Box comes with 5GB of storage, so there’s plenty of space in the cloud for your apps. But in case that’s not enough for you, then you should know that there are various Android devices that come with 50GB of Box storage support including LG Android phones and tablets, Sony’s Tablet S and Tablet P tablets and Sony Erisson Xperia phones.
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