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IBackup logoIBackup has launched a new iPhone application designed to back up photos and videos.

More cloud backup providers continue to jump on the iPhone backup bandwagon as rumors circulate about Apple's impending overhaul of Mobile.Me. IBackup now joins the growing trend with their own application.

IBackup's application will back up any photos or videos currently on the phone. In addition, the application will provide access to all files currently backed up in the account. Users will be able to manage sharing, search for files, and manage account data as well.

IBackup's application is available now in the iOS App Store. New users who sign up through the app will get 5 GB of free storage. You can read further about the application on IBackup's website.

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