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Personal cloud service Jolicloud Me hits 100,000 user mark

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Jolicloud Me, a personal cloud service that attempts to organise your online assets across the social web, has reached 100,000 users after being released in private beta less than one month ago.

The service currently integrates with Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, Picasa, Tumblr and Twitter, with many more to follow. The great thing about Jolicloud Me is that it aggregates various media content from your social services, like images posted to Facebook or tweeted video links, sorts accordingly in categories and displays in chronological order. So along with the photos I posted on Facebook recently, I can also view the ones I shared on Twitter or Instagram in a single stream.

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Jolicloud Me’s iOS app will soon be on its way, having already been submitted to the App Store for approval. An Android app is available to try in limited beta.

A glimpse into the future of Jolicloud Me would see email service integration, so any media content attached to or linked to in emails would automatically be stored appropriately to your personal cloud – very handy!

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Darren McCarra
Darren McCarra is co-editor of The Sociable. He has a keen interest in photography, all things mobile, and writing about technology and social media. You can follow him on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.