4talk doubles file sharing just ten days after update

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26 October 2014

During the “Live Mobile Congress” – a world class event in Vilnius, Lithuania – 4talk users were in for a surprise from the company’s CEO Sergey Kravtsov. The man behind the cloud messaging app has announced an increase to sharing files size to 2GB. It has been only 10 days since 4talk set the file sharing threshold to 1GB via its app.

Creator of 4talk was on stage for half hour sharing his experience and insights into the mobile future, communication in modern world and how 4talk responds to latest global trends. One of the highlights in his speech was made on file sharing right in the messenger that you use everyday.

Mr. Kravtsov said: “Take your conversations and files with you. Yes, you don’t need different cloud storages, USB sticks or even your laptop – the files are always there, safely stored in the Cloud and synced, so you could reach them even on mobile phone. And that is one of the most important features 4talk has. File usage is growing rapidly. Just in a few months the number of files shared via 4talk have doubled. Sending of voice, audio and image files has also gone up.”

Due to doubled numbers of file sharing among 4talk users, S. Kravtsov announced that every user can send not only two times more, but two times bigger files – up to 2GB. And by all means, no restrictions on file type. At the moment users can share these files effortlessly on Mac OS X and Windows platforms, but these files are accessible on any device. 4talk users have 15GB free cloud storage, so their huge files will not get lost and will be synced throughout all used devices till they are removed.

4talk is available to download for Mac OS XWindowsiOS and Android platforms.