New features allow users to store, share and simultaneously search their cloud, computer files and the internet all together
MrOwl, a Social Cloud Storage platform, on Tuesday announced the rollout of free, unlimited cloud storage for content that is shared with the world.
By providing one platform that allows users to access their digital lives all in one place, MrOwl believes that its unlimited free cloud storage will help solve many of internet search frustrations.
MrOwl’s Social Cloud Storage is a new app category on the internet that allows users to store their content, which they can either keep it private or share it for the benefit of all users.
Any information users choose to make public can be found online without having to build a website. Also, users receive free, unlimited cloud storage for files that are made public for the benefit of all users.
MrOwl also enables people to find and connect with other people who share their interests for collaboration and information exchange.
MrOwl makes unsearchable information searchable
Today, half of the world’s digital information is not accessible by search because it is stored in fragments on personal computers, work computers and various cloud storage platforms, MrOwl team noted in a statement.
MrOwl’s Social Cloud Storage solves this problem. By allowing users to store and share items residing on platforms not accessible by traditional search engines—i.e., computers and other users’ cloud storage platforms —Social Cloud Search makes previously unsearchable information searchable.
MrOwl users can now easily search the cloud, their computer files and the internet simultaneously because the cloud, your computer and the internet belong in one search box.
“We believe that Social Cloud Storage is going to fundamentally change how users interact with the internet,” said Arvind Raichur, MrOwl’s CEO & co-founder, innovator and serial entrepreneur.
“… Now everyone will be able to access a new treasure trove of information that was never accessible before because it was locked up on personal computers and in private cloud storage where it was not visible to the world. We believe that unlocking this new source of information will lead to a new era of internet search, discovery and innovation,” he added.