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Trunx brings utility, accessibility and design under one roof to become the biggest digital memory bank in the world; setting a new standard for cloud-based storage apps on iPhone and Android
NEW YORK, June 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Trunx (http://trunx.me/), the mobile cloud-based storage platform, announced last week the official launch of its iPhone and Android apps, offering unlimited storage and new Dropbox integration. With Trunx, users can easily browse, manage, store and share photos as well as import all of their memories from Facebook, Instagram and Dropbox to ensure that they never lose a moment. In addition, users are able to record videos via Trunx and directly store them in the cloud. The new, beautifully designed app brings usability, functionality and design together to offer the best user experience in cloud-based management and accessibility on mobile.
Available for free, Trunx allows users to organize photos, search for files by tags and share any individual photo to multiple social platforms. Trunx's new SharedPix feature also allows users to create shared, private albums with friends and family on the app, enabling any member of the album to contribute photos. By providing a place for people to store all of their photos from various platforms and videos taken inside the app, Trunx ensures that everything is always instantly accessible and easily searchable.
"For as long as cloud storage has been available for mobile users, its experience and design has yet to evolve outside of a file management list from the end-user's perspective," says Jeff Chen, founder and CEO of Trunx. "We are excited to be one of the first companies to take design and user experience into consideration when thinking about creating a product that is a home for everyone's memories -- regardless of where the photo originated. With Trunx, we are able to provide a safe place for memories to live and an enjoyable way for people to browse through and share them."
On Trunx, users can utilize:
Since Trunx's initial beta launch less than six months ago, the app has experienced an average monthly growth rate of over 190% this year. The total number of photo, video and EchoPix uploads has experienced an average monthly growth of over 250% while storage usage has an average monthly growth of over 260%. Trunx's new Dropbox integration marks the beginning of the platform's expansion into becoming the biggest memory bank in the world.
For screenshots of Trunx, please visit: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ef5oe87a3yskjxo/AAAMJDJ5KSrt9-0mdy1Bd8NGa
For more information about Trunx, please visit: http://trunx.me/
Trunx is available for free on the iTunes store at: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id739060178?mt=8
Trunx is available for free on Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=me.trunx
Headquartered in San Francisco, California and founded in 2013 by Jeff Chen and Jay Shen, Trunx aims to serve as the biggest memory bank in the world via secure cloud storage. With the mission to help people record and organize their photos, the Trunx app allows people to take complete control over every photo they take and store everything together all in one place. Start clearing up space on your phone with Trunx today: http://www.trunx.me/.
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