Forget about iTunes to transfer your files, forget about video conversion tools, forget about the lack of free space on your mobile.
The GiGa.GG app offers a super easy solution to enjoy all your media files: copy your media library to the cloud (www.giga.gg) and enjoy it anytime, anywhere.
You can stream your files or even download them for offline use. All video formats are supported (each file is automatically converted to H.264/AAC) and there is no upload time if the file has already been uploaded by another user (over 4 million files are already available).
Get the GiGa.GG app now:
GiGa is the private cloud created by GigaTribe to share #WhatYouLove with friends.
Until now, uploading a folder with subfolders required than you created every subfolder manually.
This painfull process is over, you may now upload an archive (zip, rar…) with subfolders and then unzip the entire archive in your private cloud.
Give it a try !
The private Beta test limited to GigaTribe users has ended on January 20th 2015.
The GiGa service remains in Beta test but it’s now available to anyone.
The GigaTribe team wishes you and your beloved ones a Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!
This time limited offer has ended on January 20th.
We’ve developped a new online file-sharing service (www.giga.gg) which will be available to everyone starting this January.
In order to thank all of the GigaTribe users who have made this development possible, we’re offering 1 year of unlimited access to all GigaTribe users.
Ultimate and Premium users will receive an extra bonus once the service goes live.
More information about GiGa is available here:
The bandwidth incident (https://gigatribe.wordpress.com/2014/07/01/low-bandwith-for-vpn-servers/) has been fixed and traffic is back to normal.
We’ve granted 100 GigaPoints to Ultimate users who had been impacted by the incident.
Thank you for your patience.
We just identified the reason why we were receiving complaints about the VPN connexion. Our provider had lowered the VPN bandwidth. Problem has now been solved and the bandwith should even be higher than before the incident.
We are gratefull to all the users who warned us and we will grant 100 GigaPoints to every user who has experienced VPN issue.