04 August 2012

Google Drive, Dropbox, SugarSync: a cloud sync storage face-off

Ellis Hamburger of The Verge give us a run through of online storage options that can sync across devices and provide back up storage of your important documents. Using these apps can give you  access to documents you might need on the go. 

We'll take a look at the top apps that let you sync files between all of your devices automatically, share files using password protection, pick which folders you want to sync, and do anything else you might want to do with a syncing app. While our evaluations of each app aren't full-on reviews, they are encapsulations of where each app excels and what makes each unique. Refer to the chart at the bottom of the page for full breakdowns of each application.

The introduction of Google Drive, a new and improved app that replaces Google Docs, is the impetus for this comparison. Does it do everything, most things, or just add to the conversation and menu of choices? Check the Verge article to read the details.


Clarence Stanley said...

Even if you weren't able to provide a comprehensive review regarding each cloud storage provider, this post would at least provide them with a quick preview. Reading each cloud storage review regarding each provider will help people decide which storage provider to opt for.

Mark Smith said...

Thanks for providing excellent reviews related with best cloud storage providers. Specially DropBox is one of the best cloud storage that provides real sync feature better than others.

A Cover said...

Very nice post.

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