Glide from iPad 2 to Touchpad and XOOM to Playbook, Galaxy and Beyond; Glide OS Adds Cross Platform Support for Apple, HP, Motorola, BlackBerry & Samsung Tablet Computers
NEW YORK, March 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Today Glide http://www.GlideLife.com launched expanded support for the rapidly growing tablet computer market further extending the Glide compatibility platform. Glide cuts through proprietary OS, hardware, software and file format barriers supporting QNX, iOS, Android Honeycomb and webOS for seamless sharing and collaboration between Apple iPad 2, HP Touchpad, Motorola XOOM, Samsung Galaxy, BlackBerry Playbook and other tablet computers.
No matter what tablet, smartphone, laptop or desktop computer you use, Glide makes it easy to securely share your videos, music, documents and photos with everyone. With Glide, you can access, edit and share your files that are synced or uploaded from your PCs, Macs and other devices to Glide’s GDrive. GDrive includes 30GBs of free storage effectively turning the web into your personal shared hard drive for all of your devices.
“With over 100 tablet computers already announced this year, the need for cross platform compatibility has greatly increased,” said TransMedia Chairman & CEO, Donald Leka. “In addition to extending the capabilities of these mobile devices with 30GBs of free online storage and a full suite of productivity and collaboration applications, Glide creates automated compatibility between users of different devices for easy access and editing and sharing of files.”
“With Glide, mobility does not mean a loss of security,” added Mr. Leka. “Glide is a sophisticated permissions based collaboration platform providing granular control when sharing files.”
Glide provides cross platform compatibility for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Android, Android Honeycomb, BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry Tablet OS (QNX), iOS, webOS, Symbian and Windows Mobile users based on automated device identification and file transcoding.