Oct 21, 2011

Main features

1. Build my own cloud server by myself

     With Dropbox or, I have to upload my personal contents onto the central storage server. It means my contents are not personal anymore.

     So I use SelfCloud, only installing makes my PC as my cloud server.
     It becomes as like as Dropbox service.
     Even iPhone or Android phones also can be a SelfCloud server, but maybe consume much battery and traffic.

     Anyone can have got his or her own cloud service at home or on hands so simply and quickly.

2. Synchronize my contents on all of my devices anywhere and anytime

     Once setting a server mode on a device with SelfCloud, I can see the same lists of contents and folders on any device I have.
     That's is the MyBox: it's my cloud space only for me.

     My friends also have their own cloud space, so I live in the individual and independent clouds.

     The contents synchronizing on my devices are only in my handles.
     Because they are staying on my devices only.

3. Share my clouds and contents with my friends only

  • Cloud share

     I share contents in the cloud box with friends.
     This is ShareBox, imputing any contents in it is just the share operation.

     I make some sharing cloud for the frequent delivering to such as my boss, my family or my team. The friends sharing my shared cloud can also imput or remove any contents and folders as like as his cloud.

  • One-One share

     I share some contents not with share box, but by selecting the special friends each time. Because I want some friends to see a set of contents and other friends to see the another set of contents.
This is One2One sharing.

     So I can assign every shared contents access permission

  • Facebook connection

     SelfCloud imports the friend lists from the facebook account, so any contents can share through the facebook.
     Clicking the link in the event in facebook downloads the contents from the sharer's device directly.

In the same space(LAN or Cell) contents are delivered directly like bluetooth.

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