CloudMagic now has Safari Extension


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Although you can use our service at CloudMagic.com, nothing can match the ease at which you can access your data when you add the CloudMagic extension to your browser. When you add the extension, a floating search bar appears in Gmail and Twitter pages. It’s right there when you need it the most. Keyboard shortcut and context menu further helps save time.

Today, we are happy to announce the availability of CloudMagic Extension for Safari. Download it here.

To conclude, thank you all for overwhelming response for the last release. We are always asked if we are adding Facebook, Evernote, Dropbox, Tumblr, etc. to CloudMagic. We assure you again that all those requested services and many more are in our wishlist. We will keep you posted on their availability. For frequent updates please follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook.

Cheers,
Team CloudMagic

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Thanks again for the responses Chirag.

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Thanks for the quick response Chirag and I can understand that you need to store the Indexed data in your servers...and I assumed it as such. But there is no mention of this in your FAQ, which you should include so that users can take a informed decision.

Also some of the reviews I read actually mention that the data is not stored with you but on the desktop

http://www.groovypost.com/howto/review/cloudmagic-review-gmail-instant-search-across-multiple-accounts/

I can understand that you cannot control the reviews, but including in the FAQ will go a long way.

Your product may be good, but users should know that their data is being stored on your servers.

Chirag
Chirag

Sorry for the confusion. The earlier versions of CloudMagic did store the indexed data in the users' computer itself. The article you are referring to is a review of old version of CloudMagic. We will and a note on this in FAQ.

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Anonymous
Anonymous

The application looks very useful, just worried about the permissions it is asking. Is my data saved on the servers of cloudmagic? not sure? Nothing about the permissions mentioned in the FAQ or in the Privacy Policy.

Can you clarify.

Chirag
Chirag

Hello,

The data will be with us. To be precise, we store the indexed data in secure Amazon cloud. We have to host the data with us to give you the flexibility of searching from mobile or desktop. Regarding permissions, we use OAuth to access your accounts. OAuth is a secure protocol that gives us access to your data without letting anyone know your password. You can always revoke access to CloudMagic at your will. Link to FAQ entry on permissions.

Cheers,

Chirag

Team CloudMagic