Infinit International Inc has announced its first major partnership with Taiwan based smratphones maket HTC, for its free and unlimited file transfer app. The Infinit file transfer solution will be available to more than 10 million users of HTC devices in Europe and Asia. Infinit’s mobile apps are now available in French, German, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish, and also in Dutch and Swedish on iOS devices.
“We are working with HTC to bring Infinit to millions of users, as the definitive answer to transferring files to and from any HTC device. HTC sees a natural fit between our easy-to-use file transfer app and the problems their customers face when sharing files on mobile,” said Infinit CEO, Julien Quintard. He notes that Infinit’s success on Android has been recognized by several smartphone manufacturers and telecom operators, hinting at additional partnerships that are in the planning stages.
Infinit has also released their file transferring app for iPad, which is already available for Mac, Windows, iPhone and Android. With this app incorporating point-to-point technology , the company claims that full HD film can be transferred from a desktop computer to an iPad in less than 10 minutes over WiFi. The app allows sending any number of photos and any length of video without sacrificing quality because of compression, ensuring a full high definition experience for videos, photos and sound. Like Infinit’s other apps, the iPad version is built around file transfer, although it strays slightly thanks to the addition of a simple gallery, which offers a neat organization for both entertainment and productivity, adds the statement of the company.
According to the Infinit, ”the new iOS app also brings the addition of an iOS Share Extension, on both iPhone and iPad, enabling sharing any type of file from any app on iOS including voice memos, photos, videos, documents, music and many more. Another welcomed improvement to all of Infinit’s apps includes the ability to send files to one or many of your own devices (e.g. My iPad). The files are automatically transferred to that device without any additional steps. Infinit users can now also manually pause and resume transfers, a reassurance that the app can be prevented from consuming bandwidth on a mobile data plan”.
Infinit further claims that it has been growing rapidly since its mobile launch back in April, becoming the de-facto file sharing replacement to messaging apps like Whatsapp, iMessage, Facebook Messenger, and file sharing solutions like Dropbox, AirDrop and WeTransfer that are incapable of handling large files in a reliable and secure way.
“Infinit is now a full-featured service, used by both creative professionals for its feature set, but also by non-tech savvy individuals for its simplicity. Infinit is the first app that allows sending any file, of any size, on any device, at lightning speed, guaranteeing delivery to a friend or to another device. It’s crazy to think that Apple or Microsoft didn’t try to do this 20 years ago! This has been our vision since the very beginning, and it is now a reality.” says CEO Julien Quintard.