cloud storage

Google Play Music bumps upload limit to 50,000

We've got another reason to love Google as Google Play Music now allows saving of up to 50,000 tracks online to be accessed anytime and anywhere. Uploading music files to Play Music has always been possible but there was a 20,000 song limit. The company has recently doubled storage space up to 50K. The new song upload limit makes audiophiles like me very happy. No need to pay for extra storage because Google is offering this for free. How generous of Google!

Chrome OS Cloud Backup makes syncing to Google Drive easier

Backing up media files from your mobile devices is important. You can always transfer files from a smartphone or tablet to a computer using the cable but it's easier to copy files via wireless transfer although it can be slower. Thanks to cloud storage technology, it's now easier to backup photos and videos because you just click on a button to sync and copy files.

Dropbox update: open shared links in the app

Dropbox has become an essential tool for people who mostly work from their mobile offices (aka their smartphone or laptop) as it allows you the freedom to access files that you normally would have to get from your desktop or laptop previously. Every new update to the cloud service is awaited by users, and this new one, while not a major update, can be pretty useful, especially if you're in a hurry.

Cloudex keeps your cloud photos in check, exclusive to HTC

There are numerous cloud storage apps and services available for Android devices but there's something special about using one that is exclusive to your device. Well, for HTC phone users, there's Cloudex that syncs phone to the media files saved in your cloud storage account. This app allows an easier and more convenient way to view favorite photos and videos anytime, anywhere. Cloudex is integrated with the HTC Gallery so it connects to your Dropbox, Google Drive, Flickr, and Facebook accounts.

Google Drive rewards 2GB for Security Checkup takers

Having extra space in the cloud is always a good thing for file hoarders, heavy media collectors, or just plain old busy people with a lot going on. Google Drive is dangling that reward for its users, but it's all for a "good cause". The cloud storage will be giving extra space for those who will voluntarily undergo their Security Checkup, as part of their contribution to the Safer Internet Day and to ensure that all is fine and dandy on your cloud drive.

Never run out of space with IDrive 1TB Hard Drive, 10TB Cloud Bundle [DEALS]

If you've always been a worrywart when it came to your smartphone's remaining free space, even with, say, a 128 GB microSD card, then do we have the deal for you. With this latest Android Community Deal, you don't get one but two sweet storage solutions courtesy of IDrive. Not only do you get a 1 TB wireless hard drive to keep your files close to you when you need it, you also get a year's worth of 10 TB cloud storage for even more space when you need it.

Unlimited photo storage for Amazon prime members in Canada

Canada is getting some love from Amazon and it’s nothing but good news. To be more specific, Amazon Prime members who reside in Canada now have access to an unlimited amount of photo storage space through Amazon with Prime Photos. Tacking on more good news is that Amazon Student and Amazon Family members in Canada also have unlimited photo storage on Amazon Cloud Drive. Who knows why Amazon chose Canada to receive the massive free storage space, but who’s complaining?

New Chromebook owners getting 1TB of Google Drive storage

As always, Google is becoming more generous than ever. Why, the Internet giant is giving Chromebook owners a special bonus for the holiday season. No, it won’t be giving away Nexus device but Google is giving 1TB of Google Drive storage for new Chromebook buyers for a couple of years. It’s not unlimited but the 1TB is a lot of storage you won’t be able to use it all up.

Amazon Prime Photos offers unlimited storage space

Taking on Google as well as other cloud services, Amazon has used its data storage resources in order to offer its Prime subscribers yet another multimedia feature. This time, the focus is on the memories and moments that you capture with your smartphone or tablet camera. Prime members can now upload their photos, automatically or manually, to Amazon's cloud, without having to worry about space or security.
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