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By Super2cool, Senior Member on 13th September 2012, 05:56 AM
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Hey XDA

I know Dropbox is basically the dominant force in the cloud market but still there are some other competitors.

The closest competitor would be SugarSync but I really hate their interface and I think their service is slow and terrible.

Just wondering if you guys know about any decent dropbox alternative?

I was able to find a list of some good cloud apps here but I was wondering if there was one that I haven't heard about:
http://www.appdigy.com/best-android-...p-for-android/
 
 
13th September 2012, 06:58 AM |#2  
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Hey XDA

I know Dropbox is basically the dominant force in the cloud market but still there are some other competitors.

The closest competitor would be SugarSync but I really hate their interface and I think their service is slow and terrible.

Just wondering if you guys know about any decent dropbox alternative?

I was able to find a list of some good cloud apps here but I was wondering if there was one that I haven't heard about:
http://www.appdigy.com/best-android-...p-for-android/

Skydrive, pogoplug

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Skydrive, pogoplug

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13th September 2012, 07:43 AM |#3  
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Skydrive, pogoplug

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Can't forget about minus

And box.com w/ google drive ^^

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13th September 2012, 08:03 AM |#4  
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Besides dropbox, i choose copy.com

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Depends on what you need:
For keeping your devices in sync and backups of personal stuff: Wuala. Simply because it's got client-side encryption where the company running it can't access any of your stuff, even if they wanted to.
For sharing: Dropbox as it's got the widest range of users. I'd still recommend Wuala over it 10 times though.
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thanks for wuala and copy
13th September 2012, 11:29 AM |#7  
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Sugarsync and Cubby Beta

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Box now has a PC client just like dropbox. And I do have a 50gb free account.
Also have Gdrive and Skydrive but I don't use it.
Oh, and Sugarsync only for notes.


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Started using Skydrive lately. 25gb space, have most of my school work and pdf's uploaded there. Mobile access? Havent used it that often, but it could be great for backing up pictures, videos and wallpapers. Upload speed is slow maybe ~100 kB/s if anything.
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absolutely dropbox.
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Drop Box no doubt is one of the best Cloud Storage and you can get even more from DopBox with its new features like Access Files anywhere, Drag-and-Drop Upload and other smart features and it is regard the best cloud storage for android . But along with SugarSync now Mega Cloud and SOS online back become major player in Cloud Storage app for android. And even provide more Free GB space as compare to DropBox

dropbox

....i'll think about Gdrive when it'll make available the linux client....

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