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Monday, 10 October 2016

The 3 Best Alternatives to iCloud for your Documents and Photos

Cloud. Wonderful service for some, a great inconvenience to others. Your data is synchronized with a server is an advantage, but then automatically rise (some really private) can cause anxiety.

IPhone and iPad both have iCloud storage service in the cloud of Apple in which we can save backups of all our iOS device among other functions.

Despite this, either by the fact of having only 1 GB without paying users or their "strange" application, some have decided to resort to something better alternatives depending on how you look.

Here we show you the three best alternatives to iCloud for iPhone and iPad.


This is probably the storage service in the cloud known and currently used. It is compatible with many services and is available for all major platforms.

Your download is free and includes 2GB of storage. In the case of wanting to have up to 1 TB of capacity we pay the amount of 9.99 euros per month for the Pro version. It also has a service for companies with numerous advantages.

google Drive

Google is everywhere, and of course one of the multiple services provided is the file hosting on their servers. Your download is free and available 15 GB, a not inconsiderable capacity.

Something to keep in mind is the fact that these 15 GB are not only for file hosting, but will go including emails from Gmail, photos Google+ exceeding 2048 x 2048 pixels and videos more than 15 minutes .

If you do not wish these conditions we can choose to pay us monthly rates ranging from 100 GB at a price of $ 1.99 to 30 TB at a price of $ 299.99, and get that full capacity is to our files.

We must also say that all users agree that we use has the most intuitive interface that has a service like this. In that respect Google never fails.


Those of Microsoft are already veterans in this field. Its storage service in the cloud has been with us since 2007.

They have undergone numerous name changes to that service (Windows Live Folders, Windows Live SkyDrive, Microsoft SkyDrive and SkyDrive) until 2014 remained at last OneDrive.

It offers 5GB of free storage, plus 15 GB for the camera album. Annual payment plans ranging from 50GB for 19 euros to 200 GB for 74 euros (capacity that would be added to those 5GB initials).

And you, use any of these three services? Which one you like the best? Do you agree with the automatic uploading files to the cloud? Please comment below.

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