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CloudLink Becomes ProPack

New name and branding reflects company's rapid growth.

AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Executives at ProPack, developer of the productivity toolbox app for Android devices, announced this week that CloudLink has officially changed its app name to ProPack.  The ProPack app is one of the leading one-stop shops for productivity, utilized by over 100,000 subscribers.

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The ProPack marketing initiatives are engaging and better convey the app's broad capabilities for existing and future customers. "We love the name ProPack, which reflects the unique productivity bundle we bring to the marketplace," said ProPack CMO Stewart Powell. "Already the daily increase in growth tells us that our customers are responding to the changes positively, which is very exciting," added Powell.

In partnership with FileLocker, an Infrascale software solution, ProPack offers 10GB of free Cloud Storage and a host of business-critical applications available from leading developers such as CamScanner, PrintHand, F-Secure, OfficeSuite, GoToMyPC PayAnywhere, SignEasy and StartMeeting.

ProPack can be downloaded from Google Play or propack.co and comes pre-installed on selected devices available through retailers worldwide.

About ProPack

Based in Austin, Texas, ProPack, a privately held company, increases the content and capability of Android devices with its productivity toolbox of apps. ProPack's app partners represent best-in-class applications, cloud solutions and enhanced user experiences. ProPack comes preinstalled on millions of Android devices, is available in six languages and is distributed globally. To learn more or to download ProPack, visit www.propack.co

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