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Top 6 Free Cloud Storage Services You Should Be Using In 2020


Cloud storage is the way of storing and sharing data on the internet through the services provided by the cloud computing service providers and, here is an in-depth article about the same. No matter what data you are storing and the size of the data for your business purpose or personal use, you can store and share multiple data on spending some money for the service providers instead of spending lots of money on infrastructure, equipment, and software.

Question is, are there any free cloud services available?

Yes, there are many free cloud storage services with limited amounts of storage available, but you can extend the limit, or you can get unlimited service by paying or upgrading your account.

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Top 6 Free Cloud Storage Services You Should Be Using In 2020

1. Google Drive

Google Drive is a durable data storage and synchronization service developed and launched by Google on April 24, 2012. It provides 15 GB free storage. For better understanding, you can store upto 5000 photos at its original size with 15 GB storage. What you have to do is just log in to your google account. 

Users are allowed to access storage of range from 100 GB to 30 TB through paid plans. Users can change the privacy settings from public to private for their file-sharing. Users can upload and share their files from anywhere at any time. Google Drive has over 800 million active users.

Features Of Google Drive :

  • 15 GB free storage.
  • Share documents and files.
  • Build documents, sheets, and slides with apps.
  • Create flow charts, drawings, and add them to other documents.
  • More than 100 drive apps available in the chrome web store.

2. MediaFire 

MediaFire is the online storage launched on October 20, 2006, and available for iPhone, Android, Windows, and OSX. Anyone can share their professional and personal data in the cloud using MediaFire upto 50 GB without any payment. In the beginning, MediaFire offers free instant 10 GB for every user and upto 4 GB per file. 

Then it is increased by doing some activities like sharing MediaFire through social media apps like Facebook and Twitter and installing mobile and clients. It is ad-supported. It has 43 million registered users. But it is ad-supported hence too many ads and also poor encryption methods.

Features of MediaFire :

  • 10 GB free storage.
  • Large storage limit.
  • Too many ads.
  • Poor encryption.

3. Mega

It was initially released on January 19, 2013. Mega is a secure data storage available for Windows, Mac, and Linux desktops. New users will get free 15 GB of permanent storage. In addition to this, the user can get 35 GB of free data by signing up (it will expire after 30 days). 

The user can still get more additional storage by doing some activities like sharing     through Mega social media apps and installing the Mega client (But it is not permanent). It has more than one million registered users.

Features of Mega :

  • Instant access to free 50 GB storage.
  • Download multiples of files in a single zip file.
  • Good speed.
  • Pausing downloads is available.

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4. pCloud

   pCloud is safe, and secure cloud storage offers 10 GB free storage. pCloud allows users to access files from anywhere at any time through a web browser or mobile phone. Users can upload and download files with a speed of 80 Mb/sec. 

More than 10.5 million users use pCloud. It supports filtering files by their file format. Allows backup of files. It supports high-level encryption, and hence privacy is maintained.

Features of pCloud :

  • Accessible on any device.
  • High-level encryption.
  • Collaborative teamwork.


5. OneDrive

OneDrive is owned by Microsoft. It offers 5 GB of free storage. It is free for the user to have a Microsoft account. It allows file transferring just by sending a link via email or text without any large attachments or thumb drives. Get access to your files even if you lost your devices when they are saved in OneDrive.

Features of OneDrive :

  • Access all OneDrive files in windows10 without taking any space on your PC.
  • Access from anywhere with a mobile device, tablet, and PC.
  • Access selected files without being online.
  • Backup files.    

6. Sync.com

Sync.com offers five GB of free storage and supports automatic backup of files. Access files from the computer, mobile device, tablet, and the web. Easy access to the sync folder by using the desktop application. It has over 750K registered users. Over 2.7B files are stored. Stay up-to-date with recent file activity.

Features of sync.com :

  • Safe and secure with highly encrypted cloud storage.
  • Fast and easy sharing.
  • Access files from anywhere.
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