cloud storage

OneDrive for Android now combines Personal and Business

There used to be a time when our personal and business life, whether real-life or digital, were two separate entities. But as mobile devices and interconnectivity continue to dominate most of our lives, it suddenly becomes important that the two sometimes become seamlessly integrated. Microsoft's OneDrive for Android’s latest update does just that, giving you just one app to access both your personal and business accounts.

Dropbox Pro updated to better security and sharing settings

As more people start to discover the convenience of having their files on the cloud for easy access, cloud services need to step up their game to get the consumers’ attention and loyalty. Dropbox is one of the most popular ones out there and Pro users now have something more to sing about as the latest update brings you more security and sharing settings, as well as giving you even more space for all your media files and documents.

MediaFire offers automatic photo back-up, media streaming

Cloud storage apps have been stepping up their game in order to stand out from the competition, as more and more people are compelled to back up their files on the data storage offers available to them. MediaFire was one of the earliest players in the game, back when cloud was still something you saw in the sky. Their acclaimed Android app’s newest update offers even more features, like automatically backing up photos and streaming your saved content.

Dropbox update for Android has better search, doc preview

If like millions of other people, cloud data storage services like Dropbox have become an essential part of your school, work or personal life, then every new update surely excites you (or is it just us?). The app for Android has announced update 2.4.3 which now adds built-in previews for your documents as well as a redesigned search function to make it easier to look for the files that you need.

OneDrive now available on Kindle Fire and Fire phone

As Amazon continues to establish its prowess in the Android gadget market, Microsoft is making sure that their productivity services will also be available in those devices. They announced today that their cloud storage app OneDrive is also now available for both the Kindle Fire and the Fire phone, following the earlier rollout of the OneNote app for the Amazon devices.

Synchronize Ultimate syncs files thru cloud, free unlock in XDA

The Synchronize Ultimate app does exactly what it says it does – that is, sync your folders across devices and cloud storage accounts. It’s not a new idea, but when you realize the app’s versatility of being able to sync to and between devices and a range of 35 different cloud storage services, the possibilities begin to open up for this app.

OneDrive ups free storage to 15GB, 1TB for subscribers

Microsoft’s OneDrive announced they are increasing their cloud storage capacity, giving 15GB free for everyone from the previous 7GB. If you’re an Office 365 subscriber, you may not need an external hard drive anymore as they are also upping their cloud storage to 1TB to upload not just their usual files and photos but even media files like videos and music.

Amazon now saves docs sent to Kindle in their cloud storage

If you’re a fan of sending documents to your Kindle device, Amazon has a trick up their sleeve to coax you into their cloud storage. Any document, text from a website, eBook or the like you send to your Kindle will now be added to a folder in your Amazon Cloud Drive. Maybe the most unique aspect is how Amazon saves your documents.
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