Megaupload closed down in a surprise move last year, but a harder, better, faster, stronger service â" MEGA  â" appeared earlier this year, in January. Now, however, the service has launched a long-overdue iOS application, allowing users to access files stored at MEGA on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Perhaps most impressive is that MEGA offers users 50GB of free online storage, which is way more than competing services. Plus, a MEGA Pro subscription can beef this storage up all the way to 4TB. For a long time, users of Megaupload â" and, more recently, MEGA â" have been asking about an iOS application, and for some the absence of such an app has encouraged them not to cough up for a pro account. Fortunately for users of the service, MEGA for iOS is finally available to download.
The app, called MEGA  , can be downloaded in the App Store free of charge and is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. As youâd expect, users can launch the application and access their stored files, such as documents, pictures, and video, on an iDevice, and itâs even possible to upgrade oneâs account from within the app itself.
Of course, youâll need to sign-up for a MEGA account (if you havenât already) in order to use the app. However, these are free to create, and as mentioned users can access 50GB of cloud storage entirely free of charge.
MEGAâs Pro accounts are:
- Pro I, 500GB of storage and 1TB of bandwidth for â¬9.99 per month.
- Pro II, 2TB of storage and 4TB of bandwidth for â¬19.99 per month.
- Pro III, 4TB of storage and 8TB of bandwidth for â¬29.99 per month.
If youâre interested, MEGA  can be downloaded free of charge and is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. As mentioned, itâs free to download and use, and 50GB of cloud storage is made available.
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