Younity, the service that gives users access to their files through a personal cloud without syncing, has received a significant update. The service is now integrated with GoPro, allowing users of the popular adventure camera to instantly stream or share content on-demand.GoPro cameras create rich, high-definition video that results in large files. This makes Younity an ideal platform for GoPro users. According to Erik Caso, CEO and co-founder of Younity:
This was a particularly fun release for us. We’re a company of users, so it wasn’t just our users who asked for better categorization of their video – we wanted it too! GoPro is an exciting company that is pioneering user-generated content in whole new ways. The overlap with our users couldn’t have been a better match.Besides GoPro integration, Younity 1.8.3 also includes automatic discovery and cataloging of video content for home videos, movies, and TV shows. Other features include:
First launched in 2012, Younity puts documents, music, photos, and video onto multiple devices, and across multiple platforms, regardless of storage and without syncing. There are no configuration, management, or storage limits. Best of all, it’s absolutely free.
- Fixes video playback stutter.
- Fixes bugs with downloaded content (Video + Music).
- General Bug Fixes.
To get started with Younity, you must first download and install the free Mac or PC utility. Next, visit the App Store and download the universal Younity app. The utility will now scan the files on your Mac or PC. When this process is complete, your files can be accessed, downloaded, or shared.
For more information on Younity, click here.GoPro cameras are currently available at prices starting at $199. The universal Younity app is available to download on the App Store.