Cloud storage hub Jolicloud today announced the launch of their new Public Profiles for users. If you aren’t familiar with Jolicloud, it’s a service that grabs all of your various data from different social services like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, Picasa, and Tumblr and places the data into neat files in one single location that users can then easily scan. For instance, you’ll find all of the photos you posted on different networks all grouped together in a convenient Photos folder. The same for music, links, videos, and documents.
The new Public Profiles allows users to more easily share content with friends straight from Jolicloud. Users can invite and follow friends and give them access to your media stored there. Jolicloud only shares the data users have made public. The new update is for both the web and iOS versions, but they hinted that Android would be coming next week, possibly with even more features. Their official annoucement stated, “We’ve heard a lot of feedback about Jolicloud over the last few weeks, and now we’ve decided to bring some of the most requested features to you with an update to our iPhone and web apps.” They went on to hint that, “Rumors among robots mention a major event for next week. But you know, those are only rumors..”
Jolicloud is still officially in beta, but the service is stable and so far seems secure. It’s also free to use, and there are mobile apps for both iOS and Android. You can get a view of the main screen below.