Ricoh today announced an iPhone app with Flick File functionality that connects iPhone users with its visual online storage service "quanp," currently in beta.
quanp provides 10GB of free online storage, easy ways to share large files up to 500MB, and advanced search and tagging capabilities for quick management of files and documents. The new iPhone app builds on these capabilities, allowing uploading and management of photos and videos taken on the user? s iPhone, but also allows local sharing with other iPhone users utilizing its Flick File functionality.
Ricoh Company, Ltd. announced private beta testing of their new visual online storage service "quanp" in the summer of 2009. Users have been testing quanp? s 3D visual search as an intuitive way to collect, store and share personal photos, videos and other files. Both a Windows client and a browser version of quanp are available. Last year, quanp also introduced Adobe AIR applications "quanp drop," an animated widget that sits on the desktop with easy automatic drag-and-drop uploading, and "quanp slideshow," a photo slideshow application making it easy to display and comment on photos.
Features of the new quanp iPhone app:
- Exchange files from one iPhone to another using " Flick File" - does not require a quanp account.
- Upload your photos, videos, and voice memos to your quanp account.
- Access files in your quanp account from an iPhone on the go.
- Send large files (up to 500MB) to anyone. Recipients will get an email with a link to easily download.
Recommended environment for the new quanp iPhone app:
iPhone 3G (note: video function unavailable on iPhone 3G), iPhone 3GS
iPod Touch second generation or later (note: video and voice memo functions are unavailable on iPad Touch)
OS: iPhone OS 3.1 - 3.1.3
To download the quanp iPhone app and start using it yourself, visit http://us.quanp.com/about/iphone/