Sabuj Kundu 19th Jan 2016

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Now a days online cloud storage is an essential part of life . Cloud storage can provide the benefits of greater accessibility and reliability , rapid deployment , strong protection for data backup but with so many available cloud storage. It is hard to decide which one to use. This blog help you make the right choise for best online storage. Listed below are the best free online storage services.

1.Google Drive

Google Drive

Google Drive is one of the best popular various online service.You get 15GB of free space when you create a Google account or link to an existing one.In fact, you already have a Drive account if you use Gmail, Google Calendar or even YouTube. The storage space is shared across all these services. So if you have large attachments on emails then they will count in the 15GB, and enabling the automatic photo backup to Google+ from a smartphone acts the same way.

There is no way of adding storage through referrals but you get 100GB free for two years if you buy a Chromebook. There are similar deals with certain Android phones. Google Music a separate service allows you to keep 50,000 songs in the cloud for free and not count against your Drive storage.

Visit: https://www.google.com/drive/download/

2.Dropbox

Dropbox

Dropbox is one of the best online storage service for Windows,Mac Os ,ios and andoried standard .There is an offical windows phone app too .
It’s also easy to add free storage .Get a mobile app and turn on the automatic photo upload feature and you get 3GBs of extra space.
You can also earn 500MB for each friend you get to sign up for Dropbox for up to 16GBs in all.

If you need more storage, a lot more storage, Dropbox currently offers 1 TeraByte for $10 a month.Dropbox works by creating a local folder on your device or PC that then syncs with an online version.
This means you have all your data available whether you are on or offline.

Visit:https://www.dropbox.com/

3.Box sync

Box sync

Box Sync is another online storage service for any platform.It is primarily a business service, but Box still offers personal storage options.The free package gives you 10GB of free spac.Upgrading to the Personal Pro plan will cost you £7 per month,
gleaning you 100GB of storage and a file size limit of 5GB, or you could switch to the Starter business plan for £3.50 per month,which also offers 100GB, a slightly lower 2GB file size, but works with teams of 3-10 people,
supports document encryption, granular permissions and stores previous versions of any file.Functionally, Box is very good. The interface in the mobile apps (available on iOS, Android, Windows, & Blackberry) is slick and well designed.

Visit: https://www.box.com/

4.Copy

Copy

Copy has been around for a little while now and is a simple to use alternative to the likes of Dropbox, Onedrive and Google Drive.Copy starts with a decent 15GB of free space to new users and this can be increased via a referrals system that rewards both you and any new user with an additional 5GB each (up to a maximum of 25GB extra space). The interface is somewhat barren, which is the norm these days. If you use the desktop clients, then a folder is created on your PC, to which you drag files and Copy syncs them to the cloud.
Files and folders can be shared with other users of the platform, or you can send direct links to any other friends or colleagues. All of this contains the ability to set different levels of control over the files so those you share them with can edit freely or be restricted to just read only status. As we say, all very familiar.

Visit: https://www.copy.com/

5.One Drive

Microsoft has recently re-branded its cloud storage service previously named SkyDrive to OneDrive. In its attempt to gain a foothold in the industry and drive hundreds of millions of its customers to OneDrive, Microsoft is giving away 15 GB of free cloud storage to its users. You can get an additional 5 GB by referring your friends and 3 GB more by enabling photo backup.

Visit:https://onedrive.live.com/

6.Mega

Mega comes from the once very popular file hosting service megaupload.com.After megaupload.com was shut down, Mega was launched as the cloud storage service.The standard free package affords a whopping 50GB of space. If this is not enough you can have 500GB (99 Euros per year), 2TB (199 Euros per year), or 4TB (299 Euros per year) and increased bandwidth with each package so you can share files back and forth with friends.

Visit: https://mega.nz/

7.pCloud

pCloud is a cloud storage service that can backup and synchronize files on Windows, Mac, and Linux. It gives users 10 GB of free storage space, although this can be increased to 20 GB by referring friends. It can also backup other cloud accounts.
pCloud is a great file backup , file synchronization , file sharing device and 180 day file history.

Visit:https://www.pcloud.com/