Consumers have never had more access to a wider variety of devices. As well as your typical smartphone, consumers are now also making use of tablets, their desktop and even their watch to stay connected. Not to mention, all of these aspects (including the watches) are seeing an increased functionality to be able to do more, like take and view images. The issue with this mass varied approach to devices is that your content can sometimes become fragmented. For instance, in the case of images, some may be stored on your desktop, others on your smartphones and maybe even some on you watch.
Of course, you can also upload all your images and files from all your various devices directly to the cloud. However, even this is becoming increasingly fragmented due to the various cloud services on offer and users adopting more than one cloud service at any given time. As a result, as well as having images and files scatter from device to device, they are also becoming increasingly scattered from cloud to cloud. This is where Jumptuit comes in. The company behind Jumptuit have today launched a Smart TV app which looks to bridge the gap between devices and cloud services. This is done by Jumptuit creating a virtual cloud which combines access to all your other cloud points and devices, essentially bringing the data together into one more cohesive point. From here, users can view any and all of their images, video, music and other files on their Smart TV as if they were centrally located.
What's more is that Jumptuit works across a wide range of devices and operating systems. As well as working on Android, it is compatible with iOS, Windows and Tizen devices while also compatible with newer android devices and platforms like Android TV and the Nexus Player. Essentially providing you with access to your files and images from just about anywhere and any device, on your big screen TV. If you are worried about having too many files grouped together and becoming harder to find, then Jumptuit also offers the ability to utilize voice search for specific content. Not to mention, Jumptuit has the ability to act as a file manager and effectively allows moving of files from one storage place to another. In terms of cloud compatibility, Jumptuit is compatible with a large number of cloud services including the likes of Google Drive. Amazon Cloud Drive, Dropbox and Microsoft OneDrive. For those interested the app is now live and available on the Play Store.