Apollo Cloud, Promise Technology’s first consumer product, brings new digital content management ability to users of the personal cloud device and app with a free software upgrade that includes Time Machine support.
The $299 Apollo Cloud allows families, small business, and work groups to store and share data from all their devices in a personal “cloud” that they own outright. With the new software upgrade, all Apollo owners and members can use their Apollo Cloud as a Time Machine disk to store data from iPhones, iPads and Macs securely and privately.
The software upgrade includes other new features available to all Apollo Cloud users such as: search and sorting functions; the ability to manage multiple Apollo Cloud devices with a single account; and password encryption of shared public links to data stored on Apollo Cloud.
Apollo Cloud can be purchased at Apple stores worldwide and online, and is also available through Promise’s channel partners. Users get four terabytes to manage, store, and share data from wherever they happen to be, via iOS and other mobile devices, Macs and PCs.
Apollo Cloud can be used by a group of up to 10 members, each with full sharing and privacy control over their own digital files. Each Apollo Cloud can save and share more than 440 hours of HD video, 220,000 photos and half a million songs.