Storing data online is one of the best ways to back up one’s work. I use Copy and Dropbox all the time to keep all my work online, accessible and safely backed up at all times.
Below is a table comparing the various online cloud storage services available and what a user gets with each service.
My personal top 3
- Google Drive : integrates well with all Google apps and the cloud computing apps are a big bonus and very powerful
- Copy : Huge space and easy to access and share with others
- Dropbox : Old faithful, easy to use app and reliable
Table of comparison
|File size restrictions?||2GB||None with Dropbox apps||10GB||250MB for free plan, 5GB for paid plan||None|
|Can I earn extra free storage?||Yes||Yes||No||No||Yes|
|Paid plans||$2/month for 100GB, $4/month for 200GB||$10/month for 1TB||$2/month 100GB, $10/month for 1TB||$10/month for 100GB||$10/month for 250GB|
|OSes supported||Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS||Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, Blackberry, Kindle Fire||Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS||Windows, Mac, Android, Blackberry, and iOS||Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS|
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