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Blink cameras offer an easy to use home security camera system that is easy to setup, use and mount pretty much anywhere. The XT cameras are weatherproof and function well outdoors even in cold. Free cloud storage is an added bonus and the iOS and Android apps are easy to use and manage your cloud storage and cameras.
Koofr offers some interesting features can help you tie together your could storage services by helping you search the other services you have accounts with. The ability to create your own private cloud storage for your own devices easily is a nice way to help access files without having to rely or upload files to Koofr.
Rated 5.00 out of 5$0.00 2GB Free. Plans start at 0.5 € ($0.57 USD)/month for 10GB Visit Site
pCloud offers an affordable, unique cloud storage and sync service that people should consider. The option to purchase lifetime plans makes the service even more affordable in the long run. pCloud is also one of a few services offering decent apps for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS allowing you easy access to your files no matter what device you are using.
Rated 4.00 out of 5$0.00 10GB Free. Plans start at $47.88/year. Visit Site
Allows you to manage, transfer and sync files and folders easily between cloud storage services such as Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive and long list of others. Questions about their ownership being located in China does cause some concern and should be considered before trusting this service and company with sensitive data.
Rated 1.00 out of 5$0.00 Free. Plans starting at $9.90/month. Visit Site
Offers an easy to use, and most important, secure cloud storage service. Along with desktop apps there are also Android and iOS apps available to allow for easy access to your files from pretty much anywhere.
Rated 5.00 out of 5$0.00 5GB Free. $96/year. Visit Site
not rated $0.00 25GB free for first 12 months. Storage $0.015/Month Bandwidth $0.05/GB/Downloaded Visit Site
End to end encrypted cloud storage using peer to peer blockchain technology. It could very well be the future of cloud storage, content delivery networks and backup. A future where only you have access to your data and it is spread out over a peer to peer network that is made up of hard drive space rented from other users on the network. Storj has made that future available today, but they do have room to grow as far as friendly end user applications. Storj certainly appears to be leading in the race with a usable distributed cloud storage network.