Android App Review by AndroidAppsReview.com
Cloudike, a company that provides white-labeled cloud services, has recently launched its app “Cloudike”. With Cloudike, the app, you will be able to sync your personal data and files between your Android and iOS devices.
After going through it and its specifications I found this app very promising.
It has a very basic design and layout with no vibrant colors and is the cleanest and easiest interface that I have ever seen in any app of this category. I found this helpful for a utility such as this so I hope the developers decide to maintain the effective, if somewhat spartan, UI.
It is a simple design and has not been built with a plethora of options on the screen and I think that is exactly what makes the interface very user friendly. Its tab interface is very easy to follow and the tabs it uses are dedicated to the relevant features.
The main feature that it provides is you can sync your files across all the devices over 3G and wi-fi. The another feature in it is that, you can turn on the automatic uploading of photos taken by the device’s camera.
It means it uploads photos automatically each time you take a new photo. So goes the same for your customized folders too. You can explore the saved images, videos and songs and download them into another device singed under the same account.
It doesn’t synchronize the stuffs under favorites. That information remains with the device.
After you sign in using your email id, it will take you to the home screen where all the files and folders are saved. At the top you will see three categorized sections for files, images and favorite items.
By tapping on them, you can browse through uploaded stuffs which are categorized by those sections. You will see a tab at the right top corner which draws a tray with some basic options like Refresh, Upload here, New folder, Sort, and Settings.
You can add folders and upload stuffs into them by tapping on Upload here.
At the top of the settings panel, all the account related information, starting from user’s name, memory usage, service plan etc. can be seen.
The next set of options in the settings panel enables you to unlink the device from the server, clean the cache memory and turn on/off the camera uploading feature. You will be seeing the app details at the end of it.
Despite the fact that it is an averagely built app, it didn’t compromise with the performance. If you are using it on a wifi network, or with a solid 4G connection, you will not be disappointed.
Cloudike’s Android app is free and you can store up to two GB of data for a single account.
The bottom line is that this app is a solid recommendation because it works perfectly seamlessly and does exactly what it promises.
Cloudike requires Android 2.2 and up. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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