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Amazon Cloud Drive Is In UK Now - What would you choose?

Question asked by Ankita Katdare in #Coffee Room on Aug 25, 2012
Ankita Katdare
Ankita Katdare · Aug 25, 2012
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So, if you love putting files on the cloud and are obsessed with accessing you favorite songs from anywhere, anytime - this news will probably be of interest to you. Though this is quite late, but Amazon Cloud Drive is now officially launched in the UK. Just like in the US, now you get to use free storage of up to 5GB. If you wish to upgrade the plan - there are two option:
£6 per year for 20GB & £320 a year for 1,000GB.

Immediately a question comes to my mind that since there are so many cloud services popping out - how do you decide which one is the best for you? DropBox seems to be everyone's favorite, but Google Drive isn't less popular either. From what I've read Dropbox is very robust in terms of features and platform support, but it has the least amount of free space. Google Drive integrates with its other Google services - and that may or may not be preferable for all.
Then there is Box.net - that has got negative reviews about access from any desktop, so their free storage becomes less appealing.

Is it like you try all of them and eventually you’ll find the one you like? Share your views. Posted in: #Coffee Room

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