3 Free Cloud Storage Services


These days cloud computing has become a trend. You put your files  there and you know they are accessible from anywhere on the globe. There are lots of cloud storage services out there, some are paid and some are free. So we at TGC have reviewed some free cloud storage services that provide you some free space online and are easy to use.

3 Free Cloud Storage Services

1. Ubuntu 1: Ubuntu one is a personal cloud service owned and run by canonical limited. The service is offered free of cost to not just the users of Ubuntu but everyone (other platforms such as Windows). Ubuntu one offers 5 GB of free storage and it is not extendible, if you want you need to pay to buy more space.

Ubuntu one is basically cloud service for music but it can be used to store any kind of files. The fast service provides you everything on the go on any kind of device. If your device is not supported by Ubuntu one client than you can also access your files from Ubuntu one website. If you feel the space is less for you than you can try 20 GB pack for a year for free.


  • File sync across various platform
  • Free 5 GB of storage
  • Mobile Access
  • Share multiple files and folders
  • Lots more

2. SugarSync: SugarSync is a friend of DropBox, as it provides the same good cloud storage service. SugarSync shows a good support for supported devices as it supports, Windows, iOS, Android and Black Berry.

SugarSync gives you free of cost 5 GB space and you can extend it to 10 GB by referring members, 500 MB per member. SugarSync is easy and fast to operate. The remote access was amazing, I feel personally! Click here to know more about SugarSync.


  • Sync multiple devices
  • Online Apps
  • Mobile apps
  • Security and Protection
  • Good remote access
  • Folder and individual file sharing

3. TeamDrive: TeamDrive is a free cloud service for business purposes. All of your team members or group of employees can have access to your files in your cloud. TeamDrive is a feature filledl service.

It even comes with plug-in for Office applications so that you can directly save your files on cloud without much fuss. It ensures a complete secure connection between you and cloud. It gives you up to 10 GB of free cloud storage. I personally feel that this one is the best cloud service for business. Click here to know more about TeamDrive.


  • Synchronization
  • Collaboration
  • Security
  • Backup
  • Choice of servers

Hope you liked our list of best cloud storage service providers. Your queries and comments are most welcome in the comment section below.



  1. Stephen Green

    March 23, 2012 at 12:47 AM

    Well Dropbox and Ubuntu one are my standard cloud apps. Don’t get me wrong I’m happy to see others joining the fray. But honestly, Cloudfogger adds a great more
    to Dropbox, and Ubuntu One is the standard bearer here for me. Though it’s a tricky to upload more than one file at a time with any of them..

  2. Anonymous

    February 12, 2012 at 11:39 PM

    On Team Drive, it only offers 2GB free. If you want the 10GB, you have to pay for it. There is no free 10GB offering.

  3. Gold Star

    February 12, 2012 at 9:37 PM

    Thanks for the post! Nice and informative content.

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