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Bitcasa — the startup software service that offers infinite data storage on Windows, iOS and Android

Every now and then a tech prod­uct comes out of the shad­ows of beta and sets off a wave of Pavlov­ian sali­va­tion amongst job­bing prod­uct man­agers. A start­up soft­ware ser­vice Bitcasa’s new offer­ings will almost cer­tain­ly acti­vate those sali­vary glands like a prize steak before a hun­gry pooch. A TechCrunch Dis­rupt Alum­nus, the firm has been qui­et­ly evolv­ing its new offer­ings dur­ing its five months in beta.  And now it’s time to unveil them: not only is there a new ver­sion of its desk­top incar­na­tion, there are two new unlim­it­ed data stor­age apps for iOS and Android too. Infi­nite stor­age, easy access The ser­vice offers PC and mobile users unlim­it­ed stor­age, sav­ing only one ver­sion if redun­dant con­tent and only files that are unique to each user.  CEO and co-founder Tony Gau­da explains that Bit­casa is mov­ing into a new phase: ver­sion 2.0 is a con­sid­er­ably more pol­ished offer­ing than ver­sion 1.0, with a new user inter­face on the mobile apps which makes surf­ing intend­ed con­tent a breeze. That’s no mean achieve­ment, as the informed prod­uct man­ag­er will no doubt appre­ci­ate: because users nev­er have to delete any­thing, search­ing for a par­tic­u­lar music, video or image file could be a…

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