AVG LiveKive Beta Launches A Month Late

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Matt Smollinger

AVG LiveKive has officially dropped into beta a month late and with a new name.

Nothing like getting off to a good start, right? AVG LiveKive, the company’s entry into secure cloud storage, is now finally available in beta, a month after AVG said it would be. On top of that, it seem to be having an identity crisis.

Looking at the beta website, the title for the page is AVG AirSpace, although the content clearly indicates it’s for AVG LiveKive. After going through the questionnaire and downloading the install file, we received an email thanking us for joining the AVG AirSpace beta. The installation for the program also indicates it’s for AirSpace, as does the client itself.

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AVG AirSpace or LiveKive? Hopefully AVG figures out the name soon.

We’ll be working on reviewing LiveKive / AirSpace and have a review posted once AVG figures out what they are calling this product. Take a look at the website in the meantime, and let us know what you think in the comments.

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