MNX Blog / APPLICATION OF MOBILE CLOUD
1 week ago, Mindnotix,
This world is fulfilled with technology whereas many technological data can be stored in storage devices like Pen drive, Memory card, Hard disk, and finally human memory, these all are physically deployed and it have some limitations. But in virtually we can store the data’s or any files and it doesn’t have any limitations, it can be done in cloud computing. So the cloud is now in mobile too.
The mobile cloud approach enables the app developers to develop the apps for mobile users without any data restriction and for mobile user satisfaction.Tasks of data-processing and data storage are performed outside the mobile devices.
A mobile cloud application is a software program that is designed to be accessed over the Internet by many types of portable computing devices.
Developers to write mobile cloud applications that profit from cloud computing and can deliver cost-benefits and other such advantages to the users.
Here are two well-known examples of cloud-based Android applications:
Operated by Dropbox Inc., this application is a file-hosting service which offers cloud storage. It lets the users access their files in the ‘Dropbox’ from their Android devices, which can be synced to other computers or mobile devices.
Amazon Cloud Player
One of the most popular applications on Android platform, Amazon Cloud Player is used to store and play MP3 files. Here the ‘Cloud Drive’ acts as a hard drive set in the cloud. Users can play their MP3 files via the web or they can conveniently stream them on their Android devices using Amazon ‘Cloud’ MP3 application.
Mobile email allows users to view, manage, and respond to email without ever accessing an office network. Mobile email also stored by its unlimited storage capacity in cloud.
Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service developed by Google. Launched Google Drive allows users to store files on their servers, synchronize files across devices, and share file