Omnidrive is an easy to use online drive accessible from the web, desktop or mobile that allows you to easily and instantly share, publish and access your data from anywhere. With Omnidrive sharing and publishing media is an easy single-click
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:05
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Description: Omnidrive is an easy to use online drive accessible from the web, desktop or mobile that allows you to easily and instantly share, publish and access your data from anywhere. With Omnidrive sharing and publishing media is an easy single-click on any file or folder on your desktop. Omnidrive will bring all your different storage together, from your different computers and devices as well as files that your friends or collegues share with you.
The desktop drive allows you to access your files and files shared to you as easily as accessing local storage. If you are away from your computer, use the web interface to access your files or the mobile interface. If you didn't bring your music with you, use the Omnidrive media player and queue up your playlist. If you need to send a file or folder to a friend, simply click 'share' on any folder or file and enter their email address or username.
Omnidrive is a revolution in the way files are accessed, shared or published. Create an account today and receive 1GB of storage and unlimited file sharing for free!
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