iOS users can now download the app from Google Play and install it on their device to share data with other users.
Users can also access their data on a Google Cloud Platform account on the app.
Discuz will soon launch in other countries.
The app works similar to the one for Windows, but on Android it’s much more intuitive.
Users select the location to share their data with and the app will ask for a few permissions before it will allow them to start sharing data.
You can also select to share only a portion of your data.
Users can use the app to log into an app, log in to a website, or to connect to a server, among other uses.
The app will also show them the date, time, and location of their shared data and give them a link to share it.
For now, the app only supports data sharing for Google Cloud, Amazon S3, and Microsoft Azure.
However, the company is working on adding support for other cloud providers.