Best sky storage for iPhone

Sniv

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Hi

What is the best sky storage program for iPhone besides iCloud?
Dropbox?
Box?

(I'm sorry I meant cloud storage not sky..in my headline)
 
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rmwebs

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I'm on SugarSync - their app is pretty decent and because you can choose what folders on each computer to backup, you can browse through each of your computers documents.
 

Sniv

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I'm on SugarSync - their app is pretty decent and because you can choose what folders on each computer to backup, you can browse through each of your computers documents.
Thanks for the comment :) I'll look into that one.
 

Sniv

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I use Gmail so maybe it would be logical to use Google Drive...5 GB sounds good as well..

Thanks for your replies :)
 

jediistar

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Have to chime in here for Skydrive, I've been a huge fan of Dropbox and have close to 250GB of space thanks to smartphone reviews I do over for my website. Lately, I've been more interested in Skydrive, it's beautiful, it's intuitive, it just needs an iOS app update.
 

sk1wbw

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Cool. By just registering?
I think it was because I was a hotmail user for so long, they had a free 25 gig storage plan when you signed up for Skydrive. They decided to cut that back but gave existing users the same storage size they had before.

I have 21 gigs on Dropbox and I think 25 on Box.net, plus lots on Cloudapp and the standard 5 on Google Drive.

Which is why I don't need larger than a 16 gig iPhone. :)
 

HowardSmith

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Dropbox.

It is great my whole company uses it and it works cross platform so it does not matter if you are on Windows, Mac, iPhone, Android or Windows phone.
 

Sniv

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Dropbox.

It is great my whole company uses it and it works cross platform so it does not matter if you are on Windows, Mac, iPhone, Android or Windows phone.
I am hesitant when it comes to Dropbox and work. Recently a bunch of my colleagues who used dropbox had a virus.

I've been using Dropbox myself with no problems but it made me realise that maybe a few alternatives might be a good idea.
 

HowardSmith

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I am hesitant when it comes to Dropbox and work. Recently a bunch of my colleagues who used dropbox had a virus.

I've been using Dropbox myself with no problems but it made me realise that maybe a few alternatives might be a good idea.
Never had any type of virus problem, I would look at another cause as they ARE all "colleagues".
 

boomhower

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Dropbox is great as it's very pervasive in other apps. But other options provide a lot more free storage.