At the same time, Dropbox released an updated iOS client with new sharing capabilities and Google upped Google Docs storage to 5 GB.
Competition in the increasingly crowded cloud storage space is heating up as Microsoft joined the fray, revelaing paid storage plans for its revamped SkyDrive service yesterday. Dropbox responded by adding new features to its desktop and mobile clients that make it easy to share the files and folders in your Dropbox via direct links viewable by anyone with a browser, no Dropbox account required. Rivalry is about to get even more serious as the search giant Google is rumored to enter the market with a cloud storage solution similar to Dropbox, dubbed Google Drive. All four service lure folks with free or trial accounts that come with anywhere between two to seven gigabytes of free storage. Additional iCloud storage can be purchased in tiers of 10, 20 or 50 GB for $20, $40 or $100 a year. However, iCloud is not a traditional cloud file storage and sharing service in that it requires an iOS device or a Mac to create an account and is mainly focused on keeping your stuff automatically synced between apps and devices. Microsoft sets up any new SkyDrive account with 7 GB free storage, but existing SkyDrive users can opt in here in order to get upgraded to 25 GB of free storage while still getting all of the benefits of the overhauled service.
The Windows maker also released yesterday a preview version of the brand new local SkyDrive client for Windows (available for Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 Consumer Preview) and Mac which takes clues from Live Mesh, their file synchronization service akin to DropBox. Dropbox for Teams offering is also available, starting at $795 per year for first five users. Their universal iOS client got updated yesterday with the ability to share the files and folders on your Dropbox with anyone, using direct links. Operated by San Mateo, California-based SugarSync, Inc., this service takes best features from SkyDrive and Dropbox and combines them into a compelling offering that might not look as pretty as rival services but gets the job done.

Their new iPad app, depicted above, offers more advanced features than Dropbox, or so they say, including access to any folder from your computer via your iPad, per-folder syncing for offline access, the ability to create and edit text files within the app and more.
SugarSync also touts other advanced capabilities over competing cloud storage solutions and it is definitely available across the widest range of mobile platforms out there.
Hopefully, this article should help you compare popular cloud storage solutions before you commit to a monthly subscription plan. Christian, in the narrative you mentioned that a free Dropbox account comes with five gigabytes of storage but it’s actually two (like the price matrix reflects).
I have been using SkyDrive and seeing the service improve, including having the iPhone App. You are seeing the number for SkyDrive, but it is not your fault, the chart is not well formatted. Actually, it’s very easy to get more than 2gb of free space in dropbox by referrals and other methods that take minimal time.
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