After all, Microsoft awarded loyal Hotmail and Live accounts with 25GB of storage in SkyDrive.
Another strong contender is Dropbox. The platform agnostic service offers 2GB of free space.
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Google Drive Is Alive: 5GB of Free Dropbox-Like Storage on Google’s Servers – But Like Dropbox, Google Drive has an app for Windows.
Each user gets 5GB for free, and can upgrade to 25GB for $2.49 a month, 100GB for $4.99 a month, or even 1TB for $49.99 a month.
Microsoft is challenging Dropbox by updating SkyDrive with new.
users 7GB of cloud storage space instead of the previous 25GB. Some users can keep the 25GB per month, however.
Dropbox also offers a Pro plan, starting at $9.99 per month for 100GB, and up to $49.99 per month for 500 GB. Drive, on the other hand, offers 25 GB for $2.49 per month, 100 GB for $4.99 per month.
Screenshots: New SkyDrive Mac and Windows clients, paid storage coming? – The prices, if they hold up, seem quite competitive, as Dropbox pricing is more than double what these screenshots show SkyDrive pricing to be (of course SkyDrive offers 25gb of free storage, too,
A few days ago, Dropbox had teamed up with Taiwanese vendor HTC to offer 25GB of cloud storage for free on its One series of devices. However, a group of devs managed to crack this app which then.
There are three levels of paid, ad-free service: Beginner (25GB of storage for $5.99/month.
You can also upload images from your computer to Dropbox as you would with any other files.
Dropbox is pretty much the king of cloud storage these days.
If you need more storage, you will pay: 25GB – $2.49 a month 100GB – $4.99 a month 200GB – $9.99 a month Box.net also give you 5GB free.