Boxee has launched a new iPhone app that lets users share personal videos from the cloud.
The app, called Cloudee, is currently available as an invite-only, beta service.
"The cloud is the natural place for personal videos. We are now capturing videos on connected devices, which makes it easy to upload them directly to the cloud, watch them from anywhere and share them with whomever we like. It doesn't make sense to continue storing these videos on a hard drive that isn't universally accessible and runs the risk of crashing or being lost," said Boxee's Avner Ronen on the company's blog.
The new app lets users upload videos to Cloudee, group them and share with their contacts. Following the free beta trail Boxee will release a paid version with unlimited storage in the cloud, which can be accessed via a Boxee box and any browser.
"This is only the first step into the cloud for Boxee. We believe more of our video watching will shift towards on demand and secondary screens, which will mean more video coming from the cloud. Cloudee will become an integral part of the Boxee offering and we are very excited about its future," added Avner Ronen.
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