Why Discuz is making an app for your smartphone for free

The discuz app for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone is a cheap alternative to the popular web version of Discuz, a web-based app that lets users download and manage files and make recordings.

The app has been in beta for more than a year, but Discuz founder and CEO Aaron Caudill announced a limited public beta on Friday for users in the United States and Canada.

Discuz also plans to expand its U.S. and Canadian markets, including Mexico, Mexico City, and Mexico.

The $9.99 app lets users upload files to the cloud or upload files from an iOS or Android device and access them through a website.

The company plans to roll out to more countries in the coming months, including the U.K., Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore.

It will also be made available to the general public later this year.

The Discuz app has some of the features that make Discuz stand out from competitors like the popular Plex Media Server, including its support for streaming media, support for cloud storage, a secure web interface, and the ability to add and delete files.

The service also lets users track their progress, which includes uploading and downloading files.