Online cloud storage – Options compared

Dropbox-LogoStoring 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

  1. Google Drive : integrates well with all Google apps and the cloud computing apps are a big bonus and very powerful
  2. Copy : Huge space and easy to access and share with others
  3. Dropbox : Old faithful, easy to use app and reliable

Table of comparison

OneDrive Dropbox Google Drive Box Copy
File size restrictions? 2GB None with Dropbox apps 10GB 250MB for free plan, 5GB for paid plan None
Free storage? 15GB 2GB 15GB 10GB 15GB
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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