Box OneCloud now available for Android smartphones and tablets

Box, one of the largest enterprise cloud storage providers, announced today its OneCloud service is now available for Android. OneCloud features 50 compatible Android apps such as iAnnotate, Breezy, Docusign Ink and Fetchnotes. Its users can now open and edit files using apps they already have installed in their phones and tablets–they can also save stuff directly from the 50 apps.

Aaron Levie, CEO of box, said “The way people work today is radically changing. Box provides IT departments and the mobile workforce with a unified platform to securely manage their applications and content from any device or location.”

The Box OneCloud Android application brings:

  • App Gallery: shows users what apps work with Box and is contextually sensitive to show the best apps for file editing and creation
  • Round-trip integrations: provides a seamless way for you to open Box files in partner apps and save them back to Box.
  • Fifty Android App partners, including leading mobile productivity app integrations from FetchNotes, iAnnotate, Docusign Ink and Breezy

Along with the features above, Box also included a new OneCloud SDK giving Android developers the ability to integrate their apps with the Box application.

Box OneCloud can be found starting today a the Play Store. For more information, hit the source link.


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via Box Blog

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