cloud storage

Dropbox adds File Request feature, gather photos and docs on cloud

Cloud storage is here to stay. Together with music streaming, saving files online on your cloud folders will become the standard. I know some people who no longer save their important files on their local drives but just go to the cloud for storage and future access. Dropbox is one of the more widely used these days that even bigger corporations depend on it. While uploading files to Dropbox is easy and convenient, sharing them to other people can be a challenge. Or if you're the one trying to get a file, it can be more difficult because you need to search through numerous email attachments, messages, or folders available.

CloudPlayer puts you in control of your music

The name CloudPlayer can be a little confusing because there are apps already named as such. For one, there's Amazon's Cloud Player and several other cloud players available. CloudPlayer is yet another music player that lets you control your favorite music. It's linked to your other cloud accounts so whether your audio files are stored on your Google Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrive, you can play your fave tunes anytime, anywhere.

Unclouded is your cloud storage manager, brings MEGA support

We can just imagine how your cloud storage accounts look like, we know it’s kind of a mess to keep up with because ours is exactly in the same boat. A productivity app called “Unclouded” claims to be able to bring some semblance of order into all of this, managing your cloud storage accounts and giving you features that are supposed to make your life easier.

Free up space on your device with Google Photos

If you've been online the past few days, then you've probably seen various people, blogs, and news sites raving about Google's newest baby, Google Photos. With its offering of unlimited cloud storage space, easy user interface, and other various features that makes it both easy and fun to use, it's no wonder that users are loving it. Another new (or newly discovered) feature will make it even more useful for the digital native, particularly for those who need extra space in their devices.

RealPlayer makers launch new photo cloud back-up app called RealTime

Their video player may not have been the most popular or the most well-reviewed, but RealNetworks has been around far longer than some tech start-ups, and that's saying something in this industry. They have been creating and trying out products in the market, some to a bit of success, and some otherwise. Their latest venture, called RealTime is into the photo backup market and combines it with the automatic video generator that is popular among the photo and video collecting crowd.

Google to launch a new web photo sharing service

Google may still have Picasa as its own photo editing and sharing tool but the tech giant is believed to be launching a new picture sharing and storage service. This one is believed to be separated from and not integrated with Google+ unlike Picasa but will also allow users to post and share to Twitter and Facebook. All we have are hearsays and rumors for now but there is a high probability that we'll hear about this at next week's Google I/O Conference in San Francisco.

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Amazon offers unlimited cloud storage plans

It used to be that users were already satisfied with getting 1 or 2 GB free from cloud storage services. But with the amount of media and data files that we collect everyday, mobile users are now looking for those that will be able to offer more than that. Some still go for free storage, but others are now willing to pay given the right incentive and also given the right, trusted brand. Amazon is a name that most people willingly share their credit card info with on a regular basis so it should be right up their ally.

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