SmartIO releases new build; now supports new content types
January 22, 2016
SmartIO is proud to announce that it now offers support for new content types, making it even more comprehensive than it already was. Android users of SmartIO can now transfer files, including word, Powerpoint, PDFs and text files, text-based memos and KakaoTalk conversations. This is in addition to the dozen other content types that users can transfer. Until now, SmartIO could transfer Pictures, Videos, Audio files, Contacts, Calendars, Reminders, Applications, Bookmarks, Call Logs, SMS, MMS, WhatsApp Chat backup, as well as Line Messenger conversations, from one device to another. SmartIO is available on all major platforms including, Android, iOS, Windows Phone and BlackBerry OS, and is available to users from all app stores. For information about deploying SmartIO for your business, contact email@example.com.
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