6 Best Cloud Storage Apps for Android


We are now in that era of cloud storage where we can easily get rid of any storage issues. Cloud storage has allowed to store the content on your Android devices from an online source. This helps to save the internal and external storage. Because of the cloud storage, the importance of SD cards and internal storage is declining. In this post, we will be discussing the 6 best cloud storage apps which you can use to store any type of contents.


Best Cloud Storage Apps for Android Devices

1. Google Drive

Google Drive is a cloud storage app which is created by the Google. Google drives provide a 15 GB storage for free by where you can store any type of file which you like. Google Drive is also integrated with the Google Photos now. Google Drive is very easy to use, but you require a Google account to manage your Google Drive and also view the changes which made to your documents and to share your work with the anyone. You can upgrade your Google Drive up to 100GB for $1.99/month and 1TB for $9.99/month. Most of the Android smartphones get this app pre-installed so you can say this is the best Android cloud app.

[appbox googleplay com.google.android.apps.docs]

2. Amazon Cloud Drive

Amazon Cloud Drive is a cloud storage application managed by the Amazon. The Amazon cloud drive is available in the two variants: Unlimited Photos and Unlimited Everything. In the Amazon Prime, there are unlimited photos are available for free and otherwise, have to pay $11.8 per year to use it. Unlimited photos and videos or other files can be stored up to 5GB. This is the best cloud storage available right now. It is available for $60 in the US with the Unlimited Data storage.

[appbox googleplay com.amazon.drive]

3. Dropbox

Dropbox is the favorite cloud storage for the many users. Dropbox is fast and free. Dropbox has an automatic backup option and easily Sync with your files between the PC and smartphone. You get free 2GB storage on signup and later on you can upgrade to 1TB for $9.99/month.

[appbox googleplay com.dropbox.android]

4. MediaFire

Media fire is one of the great cloud storage for storing the small files. In the beginning, you got the 12GB storage, which you expand by the earning of referrals or by the paying of $2.50 per month for the 100GB. In the free version you only get the maximum 200MB, but in the paid version there is no limit.

[appbox googleplay com.mediafire.android]

5. Microsoft OneDrive

Microsoft OneDrive is a popular cloud storage app as this is integrated with Windows directly. So you can directly backup any files on the OneDrive server. As a starter, you will get 5GB storage for free, and after that, you can buy 100GB for $1.99 and 200GB for $3.99. Most Office 365 subscriber gets 1TB OneDrive storage for free and gets access to Microsoft Office. The app has a decent rating on Google Play.

[appbox googleplay com.microsoft.skydrive]

6. Mega

Mega is a sequel of MegaUpload a cloud storage which was taken down by the Developers most probably due to the piracy problem. When you signup for Mega you get whopping 50GB of free storage. You can upgrade the storage from 200GB to 4TB, and the pricing depends on that.

[appbox googleplay mega.privacy.android.app]

So these were the free cloud storage apps for Android you can get. Though you can upgrade them anytime but for that, you have to pay. If you know any other top cloud storage apps then let us know using the comment section.


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