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MiMedia protects your files and lets you access them from anywhere on your Android devices. With the MiMedia app you can listen to your music, watch your favorite videos, and view your photos instantly from anywhere. Plus, instantly secure your latest photos and videos to your account right from your Android device.

Download the MiMedia app today and enjoy your digital life on the go.

Core Features:
- New: Complete redesign with new home screen dashboard, sidebar and content areas
- New: Native viewing, sharing and opening of photos, documents and files
- New: Access to all (m:) drive files and backed up devices
- New: Local caching and other enhancement to improve performance
- Online access to media backed up from computer or uploaded via web
- Streaming access to Music, Photos and Videos
- Ability to take or upload existing photos and videos for cloud storage
- Ability to access Music library by artist, album or access backed up music playlists
- Full Support for AirPlay, Bluetooth, HDMI, Projectors and Car Stereo Dock
- Multi-Select uploads for Photos and Videos
- Photo Slideshow with selectable delay option
- Background Music playback with native Music support for controls and lockscreen
- Easy navigation of Photos and Video with galleries or decades views
- Custom decades Music Playlist views combine with existing backed up playlists

More Info:
- We are currently optimizing video and audio streaming quality on our servers, users should see quality improvements in the near future.
- The Vitamio plugin is required to stream video, download links are below. Future builds should provide native video streaming for Android 3.x and 4.x.

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Recently changed in this version

Release notes for 1.5:
- New dashboard-style home screen for better support of all device sizes
- Native sharing for photos and files
- View files with open/sharing intents
- Support for Incoming files, ie: send to MiMedia app
- Sidebar navigation replaces tab bar with more flexible navigation
- Local caching to improve performance for file browsing and home screen
- (m:) and Device Directory and File Browsing and Viewing

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Comments and ratings for MMBackup
  • (56 stars)

    by David Lamoureux on 24/06/2014

    By far the worst cloud storage app I've ever seen. I only have it because it's the ion camera's cloud storage. But when you want to watch something, it plays for a few seconds then stops playing. Also, it doesn't give you any options to download to your device or delete things or move to another album. It also sometimes doesn't even play videos altogether.

  • (56 stars)

    by Terry Walker on 03/05/2014

    I have a note 3 and the app constantly crashes each time I try to access any folders. Somebody obviously needs to review this application.

  • (56 stars)

    by Sandra Rosa on 18/04/2014

    Luv it

  • (56 stars)

    by Karthikeyan D on 28/02/2014

    It's good that it provide free online storage. Only some companies provide free storage. Other then that nothing much to say.

  • (56 stars)

    by Mark Abell on 22/02/2014

    Had problems uploading through the website-Java issues on Windows 7 Alienware PC. In addition, the desktop app will not let you drag and drop files into the drive. Instead it forces you to connect the M drive to specific folders which is more time consuming with slow upload speeds. The only redeeming aspects of this app are its 7GB of free storage space which is about 2GB more of storage than most

  • (56 stars)

    by Crandaddy81 on 11/01/2014

    Works great on home wifi, but when I switch to LTE to go out and about, it tells me I'm "not authorized" to access my own media on my own account! The whole reason I got a mimedia account is so I can stream my media through the internet while I'm away from home, as I don't need to do so while I'm on home wifi.

  • (56 stars)

    by T Elrod on 24/12/2013

    Windows desktop app does a great job of syncing my files. Then try to open them on my S3, and it crashes each and every time i try to scroll through my files. Emailed support. They say att issue. Use WiFi. Same results. Duplicated on my wifi only nexus

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