Share files up to 1GB right in your instant messenger

4talk – a cloud communication platform that enables users to interact and share files while effortlessly syncing them between devices – has increased shared file size limits up to 1GB. The improvement is currently available on Mac OS X and Windows platforms but developers are working on mobile platforms to make the sharing possible 100% on any device for 4talk fans.
By: 4talk Global Inc.
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NEW YORK - Sept. 22, 2014 - PRLog -- The 4talk communication platform is growing rapidly since its release and updates are being introduced almost monthly. Since the release of the iOS version, one more milestone has been reached - users can send any type of file up to 1GB size and it stays synced within all devices, which makes the service pretty exclusive in the market.

Sergey Kravtsov, CEO of 4talk Global Inc., said: “There are tons of file sharing services and by all means you can share files in messengers, but there are so many problems. You have file size limits or you cannot send some kind of files. Plus, if you send it with some service, you cannot get your file on other platforms and devices. We have thrown all these limits out of the window - our users have the right to send big files and have them stored in the cloud.” Most IM services in the market can offer file sharing services but file synchronization between devices and cloud storage requires additional services, not to mention that there are other limitations.

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 X, Windows, iOS and Android platforms.

Source:4talk Global Inc.
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