SEOUL, South Korea--(BUSINESS WIRE)--While at a friend’s birthday party, have you ever tried shooting a video with a smart phone and sending it to friends? This is definitely not an easy task when you end up with a huge video file in hand.
With ShareON, an exciting new free app being launched next month from spika, you can share videos over 10GB in seconds, as well as being able to share photos regardless of the number and the size.
This is accomplished in just one step, allowing shared friends to view or download them instantly. ShareON’s immense functionality doesn’t stop here. In addition to cleverly sharing files stored on smartphones, it handles seamless synchronization across PCs and other devices and, at the same time, contents stored on multiple devices are displayed real time on the smartphone.
One of the key differences that set ShareON apart from others is that it doesn’t utilize a web based server, so the file sharing is executed peer to peer, directly with people you choose to share with. Hence, it offers a complete privacy for users who would rather keep their sensitive media on their personal devices. Another great feature of ShareON is that it’s fully DLNA supported, which makes it a pinch to stream to a smart TV and HD speakers.
spika is to launch All New Direct Media Sharing Service
spika is scheduled to launch ShareON in the upcoming month through development of direct media sharing platform based on their proprietary Mobile Streaming, Mobile P2P, and Media management technologies.
ShareON is a simple, easy-to-use app that overcomes all the limitations of existing applications: file size limitation, slow uploading speed, the number of files allowed in a single transfer, etc.
In addition, spika's ShareON recently garnered a prestigious place in one of Asia's 100 Winners in 2014 Red Herring Asia. Red Herring Top 100 Award highlights the most exciting startups from Asia. spika expects another great reception in beGLOBAL as they anticipate that ShareON will definitely be the crowd-pleaser in this exciting event.