Kindle Fire owners, relegated to the Amazon Appstore, should see it soon as well, and it should also arrive at the Barnes & Noble Nook Store, LG World, and the Verizon Store soon.
In addition, the app is significantly revamped. Although the app does not require ICS and works quite well through the hazards of Android fragmentation, the company worked closely with Google to achieve a redesigned UI with ICS kept in mind.
New features include the ability to upload multiple files at once, comment on files, and add teammates to individual folders. The app is also now localized in FIGS, and has App2SD support.
Cloud storage is THE wave, on both the end user and provider side of things, and with multiple rivals either already here or coming soon, Box.net had to make a move to differentiate itself, or to promote itself.
Among the company's challengers are Dropbox, SugarSync, and Amazon Cloud Drive, but also Apple, which recently announced it would integrate its iDevice cloud solution iCloud with its upcoming Mountain Lion version of OS X, and Microsoft, which is attempting to make its SkyDrive cloud locker product available everywhere, and will integrate it into Windows 8.