cloud storage

Dropbox acquires iOS email app Mailbox

Dropbox has announced an acquisition, Mailbox. We understand that some may not be as familiar with Mailbox given, at present, it is available only for iOS users. The Mailbox app launched for the iPhone a short while back and it seems to be all the rage in the iOS world. We have yet to see if the hype that surrounded Mailbox will turn into anything other than people wanting something they could not immediately get.

SugarSync 2.0 update brings new features and a new look [Hands-On]

We mentioned back in December when SugarSync released the the v2.0 update in beta form and as of a bit more recently -- that app has graduated from beta and is now available in the Google Play Store. One point worth noting with the version number though, v2.0 refers to SugarSync as a service. The Android app itself has jumped to version 4.0.0. Either way, a SugarSync app update is available.

Box is back giving new users 50GB free cloud storage

The race for who is the best cloud storage option around has never been tighter. Some of the popular options here on Android are Dropbox and Box.net, with Google Drive still in there somewhere. Today Box is back offering more incentive for users to go their route, by delivering new users 50GB of cloud storage absolutely free. You can never have too much so read on for more details.

Mega Manager app provides on the go access to your Mega account

It looks like Kim Dotcom's Mega service now has an Android app. Albeit, an unofficial Android app. The app is called Mega Manager and it has been launched in an alpha phase, which somehow seems fitting given the actual Mega service is still carrying a beta tag. The Mega Manager app is available for free and going back to the app being in alpha, it comes with a reminder that it is still a work in progress.

MediaFire Android app lands in Google Play with 50GB of free storage

MediaFire happens to be one of the more well known cloud storage solutions available. And while they have a nice offer, 50GB of free cloud-based storage (and a 200MB file upload size), there has been one item that may have kept them from being fully adopted by Android users -- the lack of an app. That being said though, the MediaFire Android app has recently come available.

Dropbox update adds better photo albums and sharing

Dropbox for Android has improved with each beta and update and has been one of our favorite cloud storage options since as long as we can remember. This weekend the developers pushed a nice quick update to their popular Android app adding even more functions, features, and UI polish. Check it and the details out below.

SugarSync 2.0 for Android beta now available

SugarSync announced the 2.0 beta back in mid-November. Current users have had the option to upgrade to the new (still in beta) versions on the desktop and the web and as of today, you now have the option to run the beta app on your Android handset. The one catch, the app is not yet available from Google Play and instead will need to be downloaded and sideloaded.

Box.net for Android increases file upload limit to 250MB

One of the biggest complaints for many that opt to use Box.net cloud storage options over the competition (like Dropbox) is the file size limitations they have over file uploads. Now along with a completely redesigned and improved Box.net 2.0 for Android we have an increase to file limits and much more. Read on for more details.
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