SOURCE: Kicksend


May 29, 2012 11:00 ET

Kicksend Brings Popular Photo and Video Sharing App to Android

Free Android App Provides a Private Way to Send Full Quality Photos and Videos on Mobile, Web and Desktop

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA--(Marketwire - May 29, 2012) - Kicksend, a Y Combinator-incubated startup, today launched an Android version of its popular app. Kicksend now offers a private, beautiful and easy way to send full quality photos and videos from both iPhone and Android devices.

Kicksend's mission is to make it easy to send anything from anywhere to anyone, without compromising your privacy. The new Kicksend for Android joins Kicksend's web, desktop and iPhone apps in providing an intuitive and beautiful way to send, receive and organize personal files with the people you love.

"We're incredibly excited to bring the magic of Kicksend to Android users," said Brendan Lim, co-founder of Kicksend. "For the first time, Android users have an easy way to get large batches of photos off of their phones and into the hands of friends and family."

Key Kicksend for Android Features:

  • Private - Send photos or videos directly to friends and family.
  • No limits - Specifically designed for big files (like videos) and large batches of files (like vacation photos)
  • Comments - With in-app commenting, you can leave notes for the people sending you files and have a conversation

For screenshots of Kicksend for Android features, check out

About Kicksend
Kicksend makes it easy to send private photos, videos and other files to people you love. It's a simple way to share large batches of full quality files on the web, mobile and desktop. Kicksend was founded in 2011, was incubated at Y Combinator and then secured seed funding from True Ventures with participation from Digital Garage, SV Angel, Start Fund and Jack Abraham, the CEO of Kicksend offices are located in Mountain View, CA. Go to for more information.

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