Carrying data storage devices with you is considered as an old fashion nowadays. With the cloud trend catching up and people getting more inclined towards cloud computing, we have started dumping data to the cloud.
So here are five cloud storage apps for Android that will let you back up your data to the cloud.
Mozy – The application lets you share your photos, pics, notes etc. It bring you at ease by letting you access them at any part of the world. It is like carrying your whole virtual world with you on the web.
Box – Somewhat similar to Dropbox, it provides user with 5 GB of free space on the cloud. Though it has got the reputation of a business app, it does a decent job for home users too. Just dump your data on the 5 GB of free space or buy yourself some cloud space for your precious data.
Windows Live SkyDrive – If you are running low on money and don’t want to spend for the space beyong 5 GB, then this is a must try option. With the cloud storage space of 25 GB, it does a nice job of importing and exporting data to your Android device with the help of Sorami. Though the job may not be that smooth but what would be better than 25GB of free space and nice landing and off loading of data.
Amazon Cloud Player – If you are an Music aficionados and have built a huge music collection then it is must consider option for you. With the 5 GB of free space, it lets you play or stream your music in any part of the the world. Want to buy a music album and upgrade space at the same time? Don’t worry! Just buy an album from Amazon and get 15 GB of storage space by Amazon.
Pandora – If you simply love music, no matter who is artist, then it is an app for you to look up. Just share your favorite artist or music genre with Pandora and it will play related music for you. Storage space and syncing is concept not to worry about.
There may be many other cloud apps but the above mentioned services are sure for any Android user. They will not only protect your data from losing but also entertain you with some music.
Any favorites we have missed?
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