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Carbonite today announces the beta release of its free Android app.

Carbonite Access, available for free in the Android Market, provides Carbonite subscribers with the ability to quickly and easily access their files via their mobile device. The app also allows sharing Carbonite-stored files via email, Facebook, Picasa and many other Android-supported applications.

In addition to file browsing and sharing, the app supports viewing of stored photos and listening to stored music.

Carbonite Access is available now for free for Android devices running Android v1.6 and above.

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