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Does anyone use it here. I want to store maybe over 500 photos. Is it free and are there any limitations. They are mostly photos of holidays or random destinations and buildings so are not that important but I still wanna see them for reference.
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I use Dropbox for loads of stuff. Can get free accounts, mine's free and has loads of space.
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I use Dropbox for loads of stuff. Can get free accounts, mine's free and has loads of space.
is it free for an unlimited period what are the limitations thanks
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Yeah, it's jsut free full stop. You can upgrade storage if you want to pay but I never have and I have loads on there. I think its only 2 gig free. I got a laptop with some code thingy so I have 50.
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(Original post by karl pilkington)
Does anyone use it here. I want to store maybe over 500 photos. Is it free and are there any limitations. They are mostly photos of holidays or random destinations and buildings so are not that important but I still wanna see them for reference.
onedrive i like (30gb default, 1tb for 4 yeara if you have office uni version). an added bonus is that you can create (and store) word, powerpoint and excel documents on the go in your web browser
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I use OneDrive at all time, Also some Google Drive

OneDrive gives you 200GB with a Samsung S6 Purchase, So pretty much Unlimited
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I might have to look into onedrive.
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i use onedrive as it is built in to my devices (i use a windows 10 phone, xbox one s, 2 laptops on win10, 1 tablet on win10 and a desktop pc on win10
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Dropbox was great! Used it all throughout​ university.

I have OneDrive and Google Drive too but I prefer Dropbox.
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I have Google Drive (pay for 100GB/month), One Drive (110GB came free with S6) and Dropbox (5GB free), and that's just about enough for me, but I store everything, like all my photos, backups for my devices etc.

If you have an android phone, I suggest Google Photos, as they upload to Google photos (sync auto), without you having to worry about doing it manually.


P.S I don't trust iCloud.
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(Original post by Stickman)
I have Google Drive (pay for 100GB/month), One Drive (110GB came free with S6) and Dropbox (5GB free), and that's just about enough for me, but I store everything, like all my photos, backups for my devices etc.

If you have an android phone, I suggest Google Photos, as they upload to Google photos (sync auto), without you having to worry about doing it manually.


P.S I don't trust iCloud.
iCloud is :innocent::innocent::innocent::innocent:
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I use iCloud for my photos, they have a 5gb plan which is free (that should store 500 photos) but I pay 79p a month for 50GB. If you're looking for a file system cloud storage - iCloud is probably the worst. But it's good for photos especially if you have an iPhone or iPad or Mac
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