Kim Dotcom’s Mega service has finally exited the beta stages after launching earlier this year.
In the past months, Mega has grown impressively both in user numbers and the content that passed through the network.
Along with the official launch, Mega also received a new web User Interface with a bunch of tweaks that should help make the experience a lot speedier and more efficient. For instance, Mega now allows local caching, thus allowing syncs made since the last time a user connected to the account.
The new interface also comes with a bunch of new sharing options, including with friends that are now easier to spot thanks to the user avatars.
Navigation between folders has also been improved, as users now have the ability to move around more.
Mega’s apps are already online, save for the iOS one, that’s currently being reviewed by Apple and could go live any day now.