Technology has given people a plethora of digital devices, Web services and social media sites with many logins and varying user interfaces. As a result, our digital content has become scattered and it can feel overwhelming to find, manage and share all of our files, documents, emails, photos, videos, music and social content. ZeroPC is a free, powerful content navigator for the cloud that enables people to regain control of their digital lives by connecting cross-platform content, making it accessible using a browser, and easy to search, edit, move, share and backup all from one secure place with one login.
ZeroPC provides a full cloud-based desktop experience by connecting users' cross-platform content located in popular sites (Box.net, Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook, Flickr, Google Docs, Instagram, Picasa, SkyDrive, SugarSync), and provides cross-platform access using any browser (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari) on any device (desktop, laptop, tablet, smartphone). ZeroPC users can easily search, analyze, navigate, backup and share cloud content directly from ZeroPC with a single login, and move their content between services through ZeroPC’s familiar interface without opening multiple browsers.
ZeroPC includes unique features including Universal Search of cross-platform cloud content, enhanced security features, secure backup, intelligent cloud dashboard for consolidated views of users’ storage in external services, and ZeroPC Tablet Apps for Android and iPad. From one ZeroPC account, users can enter keywords, tags, names, places to navigate throughout all files, folders, documents, photos, videos, music and social content in popular sites. ZeroPC’s universal cross-platform search enables users to enter keywords into ZeroPC’s built-in search bar to navigate through all of their content and messages, PLUS through their friends’ content on any topic (e.g. “Hawaii”).
Results from combined searches may include trip itineraries, emails, maps, sight-seeing suggestions from friends’ Facebook, photos and videos.
Last updated 18 Jan 2012