An Android app for managing files in the home that’s based on a cloud service has gone live, offering users a free, cloud-based management solution for managing the contents of their homes and offices.
The app, named ‘Couch’, is available on Google Play and will let users organize their files and folders, manage calendars, and share files.
Couch is available as a free app for Android, iPhone, iPad, and Windows devices, with a paid version available for $4.99 a month.
The company that made the app says that users can also access the service by subscribing to a subscription for $8.99.
While Couch is not a file manager like Dropbox, Google Play is where the service is available.
Google’s cloud services are available to users for free.
Google has also partnered with Dropbox, Microsoft, Apple, and Amazon.
The apps is being developed by Kip Bijl, the founder of mobile-focused company Fuzzy Fritter.
He has previously worked at Facebook, which partnered with him on the cloud storage service, and Google.