If you cost your mind back, first we had to use different storage device to transfer our data such as USB. As you all know well that the time change, now we use online cloud storage services to share our data like SkyDrive, iCloud and Dropbox. Another service Google Drive will release next week too. Today here’s we’re comparing SkyDrive and iCloud and Dropbox.
Dropbox is popular and easy to use cloud storage service, it offer free 2GB of storage space. You can also download Dropbox app for Windows, Mac, Linux, iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry. You have option of undo action too. You no need to worry about just 2GB cloud storage space, you increase the storage space more than 1,000 GB for minor charges. It’s useful collaboration tool for you. To increase the storage space more than 100GB, you’ll need to pay $199 pre-year or $19.99 per-month
SkyDrive service offer 25GB free storage space but Dropbox features are more than Skydrive. You can also download SkyDrive app for Windows, Mac, iOS and Windows phone. You have option to remotely browse data on PC at everywhere with a internet connection. Older users can enjoy 25GB, but new user will not, because the storage space of SkyDrive has knocked down from 25GB to 7GB. You can increase the storage space for $50 a year.
This service is for Apple devices, this service lets you to make backup of iOS devices to cloud and sync photos and documents across all devices. This service offer 5GB free cloud storage space. You can increase the storage space 50GB for $100. This service offers far more features tailored towards Apple users (@me.com email address, Find My iPhone/Mac). As I mentioned above another service also will be release for Android “Google Drive,” 5GB cloud storage space has been rumored for Google Drive. This service can be best storage, we still need to wait for Google Drive.
via: Redmond Pie