Today’s cloud file sharing market faces a number of obstacles, including cross-platform use, security, slow Internet speeds, and inconsistent Wi-Fi.
Fasetto for Android 22.214.171.124 is a cloud-based file sharing and storage solution that breaks every one of those barriers and eases productivity for the everyday consumer in the process – both in their personal and professional lives.
Of course, cloud-based storage and file sharing is not new – there are plenty of solutions on the market today. But their security is questionable, and people are still mired by the availability of Wi-Fi, including the costs and efficiency.
Fasetto, on the other hand, allows users to share any file type between devices even when offline. By simply scanning another Android device’s QR code, users can share or receive Word and Excel docs, PowerPoints, images and video even when they’re mid-flight. Users can also avoid exorbitant Wi-Fi access charges and international data-usage fees, which often occur in rural areas with no broadband access, or while staying at a hotel on a business trip. Its capabilities enable consumers to continue being productive without the connectivity that most have come to rely on.
Fasetto is the only cloud-based file sharing application with a built-in chat feature, making it an all-in-one solution for fast and secure content sharing, storage and messaging. Users can have conversations about their files in real-time, and without ever having to leave Fasetto for a different third-party messaging app.
Fasetto can also be used as a backup solution, with auto-uploading abilities that immediately back up and store users’ photos, videos and contacts. And it’s not only cross-device, but also cross-platform, so users can communicate and share files regardless of which device or operating system they’re using.
Fasetto provides the average consumer with security capabilities that traditionally have been available only to users of enterprise applications. Fasetto sends files directly between the source and destination, allowing users to store files of all types in the same app, as opposed to having them spread across multiple apps, servers, Web or email clients. Users maintain control of their content, with the ability to edit or delete their own content from all of the devices on which the content was accessed, including the recipient’s.