Behind it’s mysterious but cool interface, Glide offers to change the way you do your computing. This web based operating system brings you a step closer to total access—narrowing the divide between desktop and browser.
You can stash your favorite files, photos, mp3s, video clips, even PowerPoint presentations and Word documents onto your Glide page for sharing with others, or for looking through at a later time. There’s a special batch uploading program so you can drag and drop a bunch of files from your computer to Glide. You’ve got your own email account, video conferencing and RSS even. The Glide Effortless package is parceled out into nine different apps, Personal, Photos, Music, Docs, Contacs, AllMedia, MailShare, and LiveShare. Each works in tandem with the other, so you get a seamless web OS that handles just about anything you throw at it. Glide free gives you up to 2 gigs of storage while Glide Premium Monthly for about $5 a month gets you 10GB.
GlideDigital.com In Their Own Words
“Our goal is to provide you with a place to design your life, where you can share unlimited media and information with unprecedented compatibility, flexibility and peace of mind. This is Glide. This is your playground, your learning laboratory, your work scene, your social milieu – your place to mix and merge media, transcend boundaries and continually invent your life.”
Why GlideDigital.com It Might Be A Killer
Glide could outdo Google. It’s got a slick interface, it has a veritable bucket load of features, and it’s got a certain buzz factor. It’s ambitious, but it’s got the goods to back itself. You’ll be able to enjoy your media with a seamless connection.
Some Questions About GlideDigital.com
What’s with all the cloak and dagger mystery surrounding the service? After all the buzz it’s received, and all it’s promise of revolutionizing the web, why aren’t more people using it? How well does it work?