It’s been a long time coming, but an official MediaFire application is finally coming to Android. One of my personal favorite file sharing sites (I love their desktop interface), MediaFire announced the good news via their blog today where they showed off a few images of their newly released iOS app. Took ’em long enough to get on the ball, but I suppose it’s better late than never. No exact date on when we can expect the MediaFire app in the Google Play Store, but we’ll keep our eyes peeled.
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