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Google+ now supports automatic photo uploads, if enabled the feature will upload images from your Android device and store them privately. They can be accessed via your Google account, where they can be shared, edited, downloaded and more. It’s a pretty convenient feature, but what if you never use Google+? [...]Read More »
CloudMagic is an application that will allow you to link and search through all of your cloud services to find the information that you are looking for. This application is perfect for those who keep and maintain several different accounts across several different services and need a central way to [...]Read More »
MediaFire has just released its own Android app offering 50Gb of free storage. This app is great for users who are underwhelmed by the current storage features offered by Google Drive, DropBox, and other similar services. It is also great for those who already use MediaFire to share and receive [...]Read More »
[Android] Norton Zone is a cloud storage service (5GB free) that promises secure storage, quick access, and easy sharing of files
Norton Zone is an app that attempts to secure cloud storage and sharing due to how popular similar services are becoming. This service is great for those who like the convenience of cloud storage but don’t like the insecurity of it.
What is it and what does it do
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