This week RealPlayer announced the launch of RealPlayer Cloud, a new way of sharing videos across multiple devices. Via the RealPlayer Cloud, users can easily move videos from one platform to another. And, free up some valuable memory on your device if you’ve already reached capacity. For example, you can take a video from your out-of-memory iPhone and move it to the cloud. Then, when you want, move it to your iPad, PC, or even Roku player if you have one.
The new service from RealPlayer allows to securely store your videos in the cloud, move them across your devices, and watch them by either streaming or downloading first. You can also share your videos directly from your phone, PC or tablet with friends, even if they don’t have the RealPlayer app.
All in all, apps were launched for six platforms that include Android Phones, iPhones, iPads, Windows PCs, Roku TV Players, and other devices that use a web browser.
The cloud service is enabled by RealNetwork’s SurePlay technology that enables video formatting for any screen size, device type, bandwidth and even storage available on the device itself.
The RealPlayer Cloud apps are free to download. Additional storage plans start at $4.99 per month for 25GB of storage, up to $29.99 per month for 300GB storage.