There are a number of online cloud storage companies, with OneDrive, Dropbox, Box, and others leading the way. One of the most controversial ones is Mega, and their privacy focused service is gaining traction, and building a Windows 10 app.
The site Mega.nz is a cloud service, that was developed by Kim Dotcom, who is very controversial alone, but has built a remarkable cloud service. It’s focus on privacy and security has gotten users interested, and Windows 10 users looking for an app.
What Is Mega?
Mega is a cloud service, that gives user 50GB of cloud storage for their files. It’s primary pitch is the end to end encryption given to files, secure global access, and secure collarboration between users, which other services don’t offer.
It does offer a 50GB plan for free, and users can currently share their folders with their web client and outdated web app. It offers PRO plans up to 4TB in size, and it’s Windows 10 app has been desired, but not yet delivered by Mega
Windows 10 Mega App Coming
With recent tweets coming recently from the Mega Privacy accounts, the company is looking to release a Windows 10 app soon. They are actively working on the app, and that could please many Windows 10 users, who have to use an outdated client now.
With OneDrive, Dropbox, Box, and other services already leading the way, many might wonder whether it might be too late for Mega to release a Windows 10 app. For those privacy focused, the wait for a Windows 10 app is certainly worth it, and they’ll be downloading it soon.
If you want total privacy in the cloud, try out Mega. It’s a free 50GB online now, and hopefully a Windows 10 app comes soon.