Box Brings Its Cloud Storage to Honeycomb Tablets

Online cloud storage service Box has released a native application for Honeycomb tablets, taking advantage of the luxuries afforded by extra screen real estate to deliver a well-tuned way to access your files remotely. Paned navigation allows for easy perusal of your files and folders. The app is designed to mobile access, sharing and collaboration easy, and the introduction of an additional BlackBerry Playbook app and newly redesigned mobile site provide the best possible experience across all platforms. Though its services are similar, Box shouldn’t be confused with its cloud storage competitor DropBox. You can check out the new app for your Honeycomb tablet by visiting Box’s site.

[via Box]

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  • dbam987

    Sounds cool, but I’m not sure why during signup a phone number is required. A very quick peek at the terms of service brought up the notion of filing claims if someone infringes on copy rights, but not sure if that is the reason the phone number is required.

  • Samsung Fanboy

    I already have Box.net app on my Tab 10.1 so what’s the difference between this and the app I already have?

    • http://twitter.com/zouzka Ziad K.

      It’s the same app, just update it from the Market, now it will be optimized for tablets.

      • Samsung Fanboy

        thanks dude.

  • http://twitter.com/SParKlngCyaNide SparklingCyanide

    Now I use both Box and Dropbox, which app do you guys prefer more and why?

  • moises1204

    SHIIIIISH dont say cloud to loud apple mite be listening, you don’t want to get sue do you?

    • socalrailroader

      Might :)

      • moises1204

        thanks.