Samsung cloud app lets you save comics and cartoons
Samsung has announced the creation of an Android-based cloud app that allows users to save comics, animated movies and other artwork.
The cloud app, dubbed Cartoon Cloud, was developed by the Korean company’s Content Creators Network, and it lets users save comics as well as animated movies.
Cartoon Cloud is free to download, but it comes with a $5 annual subscription that gives users the ability to upload as many animated movies as they want.
The app allows users “to save as many cartoons as they like, and then you can export those files to Google Drive, Dropbox, or Apple Drive for storage,” the app’s description reads.
“You can also send them to a friend, share them on social media, or print them on your smartphone or tablet.”
Users can also create a “fanart” section, which allows users the option to upload and share their own creations.
This feature lets users share their creations in an organized way, while also helping to “support content creators in creating their own creative works.”
Samsung said that Cartoon Cloud works on all of its phones, including the Galaxy S3, S4, and Note 4.
It is compatible with Samsung Apps for the Google Play Store, Apple App Store, and Google Play Movies & TV, and is also available for Android smartphones.
Users can share images and videos via the Cloud app with other people through the Cartoon Cloud app.