MediaFire 1.1 iPhone App Gets Local Caching, Picks Up Where You Left Off

Users also get a handy connection status indicator, improved performance

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iPhone users who have nothing better to do than download stuff off the web even when away from the computer rejoice! MediaFire has an updated version of its iOS client on offer. Read on for the details.

iPhone users who have nothing better to do than download stuff off the web even when away from the computer rejoice! MediaFire has an updated version of its iOS client on offer. Read on for the details.

The flagship addition in MediaFire 1.1 is local caching of files and folders. This improves performance and allows offline browsing.

The app now remembers your last visited folder, and you’ll be able to pick up where you left off even if you close the app altogether. A MediaFire connection status indicator has also been included.

More improvements have been made to the login screen, and MediaFire also notes “Improved app performance when returning from hibernation.”

A few fixes are also mentioned in the release notes. For instance, MediaFire 1.1 won’t force users to manually enter their credentials anymore in case of a network outage. In the next update, the company promises to include batch uploads and resumable uploads. Stay tuned!

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