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
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,
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
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
It’s a tough fact of life that hard drives crash. When they do they tend to take your files out with it. Important work documents, family photos, videos, contacts, and more can just disappear in the blink of an eye and, in most
There are numerous cloud storage services available for Android but for most paid services, data and shared folders count against individual storage quotas. That seems unfair because everyone ends up paying for the same data.
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
Backing up our important files and precious memories is something we all know we must do but almost never do. We never run out excuses. It's too hard to create a foolproof setup. Or it may be too expensive too avail of good
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
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.