London, United Kingdom, March 20, 2012 --(PR.com
today announced that it had released a HTML5 Cloud File Manager for the BlackBerry Playbook, and other tablet webkit browsers, such as the Kindle and Nook.
The Cloud File Manager App is able to access, unify, and manage clouds from over 35 Cloud Storage and SaaS services. It supports upload, where webkit browsers enable access to the file system, such as the Playbook and the Android, and it supports url generation for files, managed file sharing by expiry, as well as cross cloud search.
SMEStorage CEO said, "Apps that use HTML5 will work on a variety of devices, which is the antithesis of creating proprietary Apps that are hosted by proprietary App Stores for a specific platform. Although we have native Apps for Android, iOS,BlackBerry and Windows Phone 7, we feel that rich Apps that are native to the browser, especially for 7 inch tablets, have a lot to offer as they enable native app-like experiences only directly from the browser, making them much more accessible.
"We optimised the App to take advantage of the webkit browser which is the native browser for almost all tablets, which means it works well not only on the Playbook but also on other tablets such as the Nook and Kindle Fire."
The App is available to anyone who a free, personal or Cloud File Server
account and is accessible from http://smestorage.com/mobile