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November 15, 2012

iOS6 Users - Send Large Files Hassle-Free with SendThisFile

How often have you wanted to share some beautifully detailed photos with like-minded friends and relatives, who believe, like Keats did, “that a thing of beauty is a thing of joy forever.” And how often have e-mail accounts blocked large file attachments, making it almost impossible for iOS users to share these wonderful photos?

They can afford to smile now, as SendThisFile, which provides managed file transfers to its clients, has now expanded access to millions of computer users by enabling full compatibility with Google’s (News - Alert) mobile Chrome browser on iOS 6.

With Apple's recent iOS6 update, noted company officials, SendThisFile works on iPhones and iPads.

In addition to Android users, iPhone (News - Alert) and iPad users can also send large files that are too big to be sent as e-mail attachments. Google Chrome browser compatibility is generally available to all SendThisFile customers.

“We are very happy to provide additional browser support of our service whenever possible,” said Scott Sexton, vice president of Business Development at SendThisFile.

Google Chrome for mobile is regarded as one of the world’s most popular mobile Web browsers, and with support from SendThisFile, it has been possible to extend large file transfers to additional devices and users.

Commenting on the benefits of Chrome compatibility to Apple (News - Alert) phone and tablet users, Sexton observed that iOS users could now access their photo and video libraries without connecting to their computers or using proprietary OS services to send large files.

All that needs to be done is uploading the files to SendThisFile servers, and then downloading them to the computer that needs it.

With over 1.5 million users served, more than 63 million files transferred and customers in over 160 countries, SendThisFile has proven a reliable partner not only for individual users, but Fortune 500 companies and government agencies just as well.

SendThisFile also announced increased security and cost saving features to the enterprise. For the past eight years, SendThisFile has offered businesses a secure way to send large files online, without the need to install and manage special software and hardware. With recent expansions and improvements to the SendThisFile service, customers are finding it easy to bring more value to their business.

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Edited by Braden Becker

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