LG has announced its own cloud service, dubbed LG Cloud, and ready to host your digital content starting tomorrow, May 1. Compatible with Android handsets, PCs, and TVs, the new service is presented as the first to “allow users to manage and consume all types of content on three screens without a separate set-top box.”
To use the service on your Android phone you’ll first need to download the LG Cloud app (which is already available in Google Play).
LG Cloud will be either free, or paid, depending on your needs. 5 GB of standard free storage is offered to all new users. LG relies on its Real-time Streaming Transcoding technology, enabling “almost instantaneously” streaming from your smartphone to your PC, or TV. More details about LG Cloud are available here at its official website.
Via Press release
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