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With Younity, access your PC’s data from your iPhone or iPad

Move over iCloud, there’s a new app in town. Younity, a personal cloud service, launched a public beta today of its mobile app that enables iPhone and iPad users to  access data seamlessly from Mac OS X or Windows PCs.

The premise is fairly simple: Download Younity on your Mac OS X or Windows computer and set up an account. Younity scans the entire PC to find documents, songs, photos, and videos, and then makes that data available to your mobile devices. When you install Younity on your iPhone or iPad and log in to the account you created, your iOS devices can instantly access all of the data catalogued by Younity.

It’s not all sunshine and roses, though. Let’s start with the good stuff: The data doesn’t have to be placed in specific folders in order to be available via Younity, and it isn’t stored in the cloud. Nor is data synced across devices—so you don’t have to worry that data available through Younity will eat up the limited storage capacity on your iPhone or iPad.

Basically, Younity just enables you to see your data across all devices in one place, and streams it on demand. It means that your 16GB iPhone can have seamless access to terabytes of data from multiple Mac OS X or Windows PCs. Documents, songs, photos, and videos can also be downloaded so they’re available when your mobile device isn’t even connected to the Internet.

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