What is Bitcasa?
Your personal cloud storage platform. Simple, private & secure, as much space as you need, for all your devices.
Bitcasa is a tool in the File Storage category of a tech stack.
Why developers like Bitcasa?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Bitcasa
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- Your data is yours alone. - Your files are encrypted before they leave your computer, meaning only you can see the contents.
- Store once, access anywhere. - Have a movie you want to watch, but can’t find the right movie player? Bitcasa can play it, including on your mobile phone.
- Bitcasa never runs out of space. - Rather than just “syncing” your files between computers, Bitcasa is like an external hard drive that you can access anywhere.
- The Bitcasa Platform provides effortless auto-backup. - Just right-click and “Mirror” any folder on your computer for real-time, automatic backup to Bitcasa.
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