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JoikuShare App for Android Unveiled

ESPOO, Finland, April 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Joikusoft Oy, creator of JoikuSpot and JoikuSpeed, today announces a new member in the Joiku product family called JoikuShare. JoikuShare is live for FREE download at Google play AppStore

JoikuShare is a new mobile app, first available for Android phones, that lets you share your phone files with WiFi.

With JoikuShare, share and transfer phone photos, music, videos and files with WiFi devices and Friends.

You are in control. You choose what to share and with whom, protected by a password. No cables, additional software or even internet connection is needed as JoikuShare uses local WiFi network or phone WiFi HotSpot for file sharing.

Use JoikuShare for instance to share and transfer a phone music album or photo gallery to a WiFi device, or to upload a PPT or DOC file from your laptop to your phone with WiFi.

You can do more with JoikuShare. JoikuShare also contains a Media player for remote WiFi playback of music and videos of your phone. Connect e.g. your Smart TV web browser with JoikuShare phone and play your phone media on TV screen via WiFi.

JoikuShare Free version allows unlimited phone photo sharing via WiFi to devices, and by upgrading to Full version you get the unlimited phone music, video and file sharing and WiFi media players and file upload capabilities unlocked in the JoikuShare app. Upgrading to Full version is easy and can be done directly from the JoikuShare App.

Tom Ojala, CEO and Founder of Joikusoft, states: "With JoikuShare, Sharing of phone files is made easy, secure and instant. Joikusoft's mission is to bring useful WiFi solutions to the market. With JoikuShare, it is extremely easy and intuitive to share phone files and media with all sorts of WiFi devices."

Using JoikuShare is easy. Simply install the app in your phone, turn JoikuShare on, select the files to share, and other devices and friends can access your phone's shared contents with their devices' web browsers via WiFi. JoikuShare includes customization features to make sharing experience very much personalized.

JoikuShare is live today for a free download at Google play.

About Joikusoft

Joikusoft is a software innovation house from Finland, mostly known for its mobile WiFi HotSpot app JoikuSpot and JoikuSpeed web service. Company web site is http://www.joiku.com.

Press Contact: CEO, Tom Ojala, tom.ojala(at)joikusoft.com, Twitter @joikusoft , facebook.com/joikushare

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