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Backblaze logoBackblaze has announced an iPhone app for its $5/month unlimited cloud backup service.

Backblaze Mobile is an iPhone app providing Backblaze customers access to their backed up files via their iPhone.

App features include:

  • Seeing all PC and Mac computers currently backed up.
  • Selecting files from the computers and their external hard drives.
  • Viewing and downloading photos, songs, movies, and other documents.
  • Accessing previous versions of files
  • Ability to print, text, email, post to Facebook and Twitter or save files to the camera roll.

Backblaze Mobile iPhone app

Backblaze Mobile iPhone app

Backblaze Mobile is free to all Backblaze customers and expected to be available for download from the App Store "in the coming weeks". Backblaze is demonstrating the app this week at Macworld/iWorld 2013 at the Moscone West conference center in San Francisco.

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