Until now, Acer’s online storage service AcerCloud has been a one-way affair: you could upload files from your PC and access them on an Android device, but you couldn’t back up anything stored on your phone or tablet. Well, fortunately for all of you who like to mix and match operating systems, that’s about to change. The company just announced it’s updating the service to support Android and iOS, in addition to Windows. Now, you’ll be able to share files from your mobile device and have that count toward the cloud storage that comes with your Acer PC.
Additionally, a new “Remote Files” feature lets you access your Windows machine from your Android or iOS device, and download anything stored there. Rounding out the list of enhancements, a feature called PicStream lets you push your photos across different devices, while AcerCloud Docs does the same thing for Office documents. According to Acer, the updated service will go live sometime this month, and will come installed on all of Acer’s consumer PCs starting in Q2.
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Acer updating its AcerCloud service with full Android and iOS support