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At a digital event streamed worldwide, the Nextcloud team introduced the availability of Nextcloud Hub II, the third major product launch this year and the 23rd major software release. This event brings major releases for all Nextcloud clients as well!
Nextcloud Hub II brings a wide range of improvements for both private users and enterprises. Check the Nextcloud Hub II announcement here if you want to read that one first.
The Nextcloud desktop, Android and iOS clients coming with this release come with support for Unified Search, User Profiles and User Status on all platforms.
The Desktop Client now supports End-to-end encryption with the Virtual File System on Windows and introduced a dialog to resolve file name issues. Various user interface improvements including an enhanced activity dialog with file activity and sync status/progress as well as support for directly sharing files to a Talk conversation or email address complement the Desktop Client release.
The iOS app comes with native media integration and picture-in-picture.
The Android app also introduces calendar backup/restore and an improved video player for streaming.
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