MediaFire for Android receives auto photo backup and file sharing enhancements

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MediaFire has just pushed a big update to it's Android app, bringing a handful of new features and a new design for better performance. 

The new update includes an auto photo and video backup feature that will securely upload your content to the cloud for future access. Much like the similar feature in Google+, you'll be able to access your photos and videos from the website and anywhere else you use MediaFire. Of course, this is an optional feature, and If you don't enable it, you can manually select multiple photos and videos to upload at once. 

Other new features include the ability to share MediaFire files to other Android apps, like email and SMS. If you've been using the MediaFire app since it launched in January, you're probably very happy to see this simple but helpful feature added in. 

Rounding out the update is the ability to stream music and videos stored in the cloud, allowing you to keep your media stored all in one place to play it whenever you want. 

All of the new features are built upon MediaFire's new app design, which enhances app performance for noticeably smoother scrolling and browsing. 

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