AVG Announces new AVG LiveKive

When we talk about AVG our minds automatically think one of the most successful anti-virus programs in the world, but it seems that the owners of the company have decided to expand their horizons and compete on the world of storage clouds.

Hoping to give revenue to the millions of people using its products worldwide, AVG has confirmed the launch of AVG LiveKive, A new storage service that will compete directly with Dropbox, SugarSync and SpiderOak.


So far only been confirmed in beta, allowing users store up to 5GB totally free, although we assume that the alternative version will pay different tools.

One of the great advantages of this system is that users will be able to synch information across different devices, and access from any of them in a very simple and fast, which means that this system is also available as mobile applications.

For the moment do not know many details, but considering the success AVG has taken Android, We would not be surprised to discover that the LiveKive arrive in a few months to Android Market.

Finally, the company said it has decided to use all its security expertise to offer a new alternative to all those who need access to your information from anywhere in the world.