10-27-2016 11:18 AM
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  1. Jazmac's Avatar
    I like the beats music UI a ton. I'm wondering what apples gonna do with that service.
    My issue isn't its interface or UI. It is its smooth jazz library. The worse I've seen/listened to and I had a subscription for 3 months with them and it never got better.
    04-28-2015 08:46 AM
  2. RavenSword's Avatar
    So I decided to just go ahead and subscribe to drop box pro. I'm going the monthly route to see how I like it, if I do then I'll go the yearly plan. I didn't want to commit to the year just because I'm unsure how I'll like it.

    But I think the Dropbox plan is best for me just because there's a lot more apps that use Dropbox extensions on iOS and I didn't want to feel like I'm locked into a productivity suite with office 365. If I used all windows devices I would have went with one drive.
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    04-28-2015 09:33 AM
  3. Josiah23's Avatar
    I use Dropbox and OneDrive. They both do the job for me and I'm satisfied with both.

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    04-28-2015 10:23 AM
  4. Giddora's Avatar
    So I decided to just go ahead and subscribe to drop box pro. I'm going the monthly route to see how I like it, if I do then I'll go the yearly plan. I didn't want to commit to the year just because I'm unsure how I'll like it.

    But I think the Dropbox plan is best for me just because there's a lot more apps that use Dropbox extensions on iOS and I didn't want to feel like I'm locked into a productivity suite with office 365. If I used all windows devices I would have went with one drive.
    I think you will be perfectly happy with Dropbox. OneDrive also has good multiplatform abilities and if you like Music... Onedrive hooks into Xbox Music.
    04-28-2015 01:22 PM
  5. RavenSword's Avatar
    I think you will be perfectly happy with Dropbox. OneDrive also has good multiplatform abilities and if you like Music... Onedrive hooks into Xbox Music.
    Now I need to find a use for that 1 TB. Ha ha

    So, looking at how much I actually store in the cloud, I'm wondering if it was even worth subscribing to it. So far I only have about 3gbs stored. I need to think of some ways to fill up this extra space. Maybe put in all my music?

    So I decided to cancel the Dropbox plan. I thought my music and photos would take up more space, but it was only about 5gbs. I have 8gbs for free, so it's a waste right now. Maybe if I get more stuff to put in I will resubscribe. With one drive I have a little over 200gbs free of charge for another year or two due to rewards and promotions

    In hindsight I should have tried uploading my media first than seeing if I needed more space, but oh well. I'm only out 10 bucks.
    Last edited by Guytronic; 04-28-2015 at 11:35 PM.
    04-28-2015 01:37 PM
  6. eseerc's Avatar
    OneDrive and it's not even close.
    This is so true, especially when you factor in everything you get with an Office 365 subscription. I use all Apple Hardware and have no issues with OneDrive.
    04-29-2015 07:41 AM
  7. Hlna21's Avatar
    Hi,
    I totally recommend Rinocloud (rinocloud.com) as FREE cloud to storage pictures, data in an unlimite, share and search your data. I have been using this for my PhD at the University of Cork and it si really handy. The only thing is too orientate for research, so if you are not a researcher Dropbox is the easy and fast way to save data on internet.
    01-13-2016 09:37 AM
  8. Papik's Avatar
    Hi everyone :)

    What about connect your clouds to big one ? No matter if it is gdrive, dropbox or other ? :) You can connect them like hard drives raid (mirror, stripping or mixed) and secure your files with advanced encryption. Sound good ?
    Ask me for more, dont want to spam ;)
    01-23-2016 08:01 AM
  9. ani27's Avatar
    Proofme is the one I have been using lately. Proofme offers 5 GB of free storage. If you like the service and that's not enough, the prices after that are really affordable. I use it for work collaboration but college students would probably find it useful too. You can collaborate and discuss things that you upload on there with your teams. Some other applications offer the ability to make markups but Proofme allows you to do it in real time. All kinds of things can be stored like documents, images, and videos. You can also integrate with applications like DropBox, GoogleDrive, and OneDrive which makes it all the more useful. It's possible work on projects with as many people as you choose. Anyway there are a lot more features than I'm not explaining. The website is proofme.com
    01-23-2016 08:13 PM
  10. webmcs's Avatar
    not only pretty all the best free backup services :)
    01-28-2016 09:24 AM
  11. JohnGross's Avatar
    I think it's better to use several storages than to choose between them. I use this app Map cloud storage as a network drive or local disk ? CloudMounter for OS X maybe you know some alternatives? share with me, please.
    09-27-2016 02:06 AM
  12. Kevin Rush's Avatar
    I think it's better to use several storages than to choose between them. I use this app Map cloud storage as a network drive or local disk ? CloudMounter for OS X maybe you know some alternatives? share with me, please.
    Otixo.com makes it easy to move files between cloud storage.
    10-27-2016 11:18 AM
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