As our world becomes increasingly mobile, it only makes sense that content will (has to) follow suit. Mobile content management is such an important feature for so many consumers. Accordingly, RealNetworks is stepping up by rolling out its RealPlayer Cloud service internationally.
The RealPlayer Cloud allows users to access and share cloud-stored videos from supported internet-connected devices. Previously uploaded content can be accessed without the need to convert formats and/or carry cables around. RealNetworks founder and interim CEO Rob Glaser describes as as "essentially Dropbox for videos."
The basic service offers a decent 2 GB of free space; for folks who want to go even bigger, the optional RealPlayer Cloud 25 will net 25 GB of storage for $49.99 per year via in-app purchase. The service adds in a referral program (which awards extra space for new accounts) and SMS sharing functionality.
The base app is now available for free on the App Store.