In my previous post about v1.4 of the Mozy app, I covered “Security Updates in the New Mozy App.” In this post, let’s take a look at some of the new features for Android.
Easier Access to All Files
After we added the My Mozy home tab in a previous version, there were several people who didn’t know that you could still get to the classic file browser view by hitting the Menu button. So, we added a tab-like navigation right on the main screen to make it easy to find.
SD Card Storage Features
When you use the Mozy app to download a file to your device, it gets stored on your device’s SD card. The new app adds two great features.
First, whenever you open a file that you previously downloaded, the app will check whether you have the latest version. If the local version is out of date, the app will ask you whether you want to update to the latest.
You can also remove a downloaded file from memory, too. Just tap and hold on the filename.
Stash and Android
You can now overwrite a file in your Stash with a newer version.
We also made some improvements to the auto-uploader to avoid duplicate uploads and images from other apps. If you haven’t used it before, you can enable it from Settings.
The app also adds an event to the device’s Notifications panel when an upload is in progress or completes, including auto-uploaded photos and videos.
And, you can also delete items from your Stash. Either open the file and select the delete icon, or just tap and hold on the filename. (Okay, this isn’t really new on Android, but I hadn’t mentioned it in previous blog posts, and we just added it the iOS app, so…please act like it’s new. Shh.)
Coming up in my next post, we’ll look at new features in the Mozy app for iOS.
Until then, be safe (never use the Mozy app while driving!),
Mozy Product Management