BT Cloud storage service relaunched with Google Chromecast. Competition in the cloud market is tough with countless brands offering effectively the same thing. BT is hoping to drum up some interest with a revamped service with Google’s Chromecast the headline addition.
The Company explained that its cloud users have their own digital photo album, entertainment hub and document vault online, with personal and private space to store digital content with a trusted provider. It also said that BT Cloud app, with updates including the ability to add folders, new folder structures and grouping of content by date to make it easier to find what you’re looking for.
Andrew Kirkpatrick, general manager for connected home at BT, said:
“This new version of BT Cloud marks our second anniversary and we’ve listened to what our customers have been telling us to make BT Cloud even better. Now they can share photos and videos on a big screen thanks to Chromecast compatibility and we’ve also introduced a collections functionality that lets you organise your content from all your devices in one place more simply.”