At the end of March, Box announced Box OneCloud, a mobile framework that connects mobile content with apps for iOS devices. Today they are bringing Box OneCloud to Android devices.
Putting Android in a Box
Box OneCloud features 50 new Android app integration partners, which will now join the existing 50 iOS app integrations, extending a complete suite of productivity tools for what Aaron Levie, Box’s CEO and co-founder calls “today’s post-PC enterprise.”
It’s no secret that how people work is changing, thanks to mobile devices -- but it’s not limited to iOS devices or platforms. As we’ve previously reported the Android App Market has been making great strides to catch up with Apple and is poised to overtake them by the end of 2012.
With Box OneCloud now available on the two most popular mobile operating systems, Box can positioning themselves as a leader in the mobile enterprise revolution.
Share Content Better, Develop App Integrations Faster
Android users can now count on Box OneCloud to unify business content across apps, tablets and smartphones in a single, secure location. It also provides 50 new Android app integrations for Box OneCloud, including Breezy, a printing solution; iAnnotate for PDF annotations; Docusign Ink for electronic signatures; and Fetchnotes, a note-taking application.
With Box OneCloud, apps are organized via the Box mobile app gallery making it simpler for users to discover, create and share content from their Android and iOS devices. Box also provides Android developers with a new OneCloud software development kit (SDK) designed to help developers build app integrations on Box quicker and more easily.
Box OneCloud for Android is now available via Google Play.