Michael Arrington over at Techcrunch has been using OmniDrive. Last week they released a client interface for those on Windows systems, in addition to their web-based interface. OmniDrive sounds pretty neat, although it’s still in beta. Apparently they’ll be sending out a few hundred invites each day until they’re open to the public.
They’re also going to release an API to developers, which is really cool:
With the API a developer can either build applications that existing Omnidrive users can use, or they can create their own users and use Omnidrive purely as a backend. The API extends to being more than just saving and retrieving a file with user management, payment management, media handling and the ability for the users of a partner application to use their desktop tools to store, retrieve and access files.
Go head over to Techcrunch to have a look at the screenshots.
Well, now what?
Work with Me
I'm available for hire and always taking new clients, big and small. Got a project or an idea you'd like to discuss? Startup plan but no developer to make it happen? Just get in touch, I'd love to see if I can help you out!