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Younity brings Snapchat-like capabilities to the rest of your files

Storing data in the cloud has a variety of benefits–most notably that it makes the data conveniently accessible from virtually anywhere and easy to share data without sending huge file attachments via email. Those perks come with some consequences as well, though, because storing data in the cloud exposes it to greater risk, and sharing it with others places it out of your control. Younity has a different approach. 

Younity recently added a new feature that allows you to share photos, music, videos, documents, and any other data indexed by the app with other Younity users. The shared data, however, can’t be permanently downloaded, and you have the ability to “unshare” and revoke access at any time. By default, access to the shared data expires after seven days.

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Shared data will automatically expire, and access can be revoked.

I’ve been a fan of Younity since the app first came out. Entangled Media—the developers of Younity—have managed to address a variety of needs in one elegant app. It gives you access to your data from your mobile devices without the need to upload and sync your files and without exposing your data to any additional risk.

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