Best Cloud Storage Apps for iPhone

Is your iPhone running out of storage every now and then and you are left with no option but to delete some files which you regret? Then you definitely require subscribing to a new cloud storage service which helps you to sync all your data to cloud and free your iPhone memory. Cloud storage serbices are also cross-platform which help you to access them from any device or any location with an internet connection. Here are Best Cloud Storage Apps for iPhone, most of them, are also having trial versions and free storage which help to check their service before starting to pay.

Best Cloud Storage Apps for iPhone:  

Google Drive:

Google is one company that could provide best internet tools from search engine to app store from Gmail to cloud storage which is of high quality. The Drive is the cloud storage service from Google which is available for anyone having a Gmail account. For every Gmail account Google provides 15 GB of storage for free and all the data from Gmail, Photos and Documents will be stored in it.

Google Drive had a very easy to use the web and mobile interface, and you can sync your files from computer installing Google Drive application. Users can deselect folders from the application to save storage on your computer. Google Drive has separate applications for most of the devices Mac, Windows, iOS, Android and Windows Phone using which users can use the drive from multiple devices.

As I said before, Google Drive is free to use application up to 15 GB storage. However, plans are starting from 100 GB a month for 2$ to 30 TB a month for 299$.

Dropbox:

Dropbox is one of most efficient and simplest cloud storage service with best in class syncing technology. With drop box users can never lose a file or document, it syncs all the photos and videos from your mobile and tablets. Users can share their files with anyone in the world even though they don’t have a Dropbox account.

Users can use Dropbox directly from the web to upload, download or view files and it also has MS Office 365 integration with which Dropbox can automatically upload all the documents to your storage.

Dropbox provides a free 2GB storage those who create an account and can upgrade to 1TB for a price of 9.99$ per month for individuals. There is also a business account where users get unlimited storage for 15$ a month.

OneDrive:

Microsoft’s One Drive is also similar to Goole Drive which is available for anyone having a Microsoft account. One Drive is a cross-platform application which had app and software for Mac, Windows, Linux, Android, iOS and Windows Phone. The web interface is also a neatly designed and easy to use.

One Drive features are also had a good interface and users can share any photos, videos and other files in One Drive with anyone. It also has offline feature.

One Drive provides 5GB free storage as of 2016 for all of its users, and it had a good number of options to opt for paid service with Office 365 integration. Payment options start from 1.99$ a month for 50 GB to 1TB for 6.99$ which is lowest among its competitors where the average pricing is 9.99$ a month.

IDrive:

IDrive you may be confusing with the “I” at that start and think it as a product of Apple but it isn’t. However, it is a robust cloud service having most of the features provided by its competitors and many unique. IDrive is the best cloud storage service suitable for personal usage with plans starting from 5GB free usage to 10TB.

IDrive can be used across multiple devices with apps for Mac, Linux, Window, Android and iOS devices. It also connects your account with Facebook and Instagram accounts and uploads all your photos, videos and files to the cloud storage. IDrive is having 256-bit AES encryption for more security.

Are you afraid of internet bandwidth that requires more than your monthly subscription plan? Don’t worry IDrive Express helps you to send the files to a physical drive via courier and upload your data up to 3TB and saves your internet bandwidth. This feature is a unique one among the cloud services.

Mega:

Mega is one of the most secure Cloud service available with high-quality encryption for all of its users. Mega is created by Kim Dotcom who is the founder of megauploads.com which is taken down for copyright material by its users. Later this Kim Dotcom started to work on the most secure platform for his users from government agencies and hackers and created the Mega.com.

Coming to the mega features other than encryption users can sync from Windows OS and upload from other devices either smartphones or PCs. Uploading and Downloading speeds of Mega are robust by using the maximum of your internet plan speeds, and users can share files with others until they maintain their bandwidth.

One best feature of Mega is, it provides 50GB of free storage to all of its users and 10GB bandwidth that restarts every 30 minutes. The paid plans start from 200GB of storage and 1TB of bandwidth for 4.99 Euros a month to 4TB of storage and 8TB od bandwidth for 29.99 Euros.

Amazon Cloud Drive:

Amazon Cloud Drive is another cloud storage service, and if you already have an Amazon Prime subscription, then you already have an unlimited photo storage.

It also has cross-platform features with a neatly designed web interface. Amazon Drive lacks many features like sharing, collaborating and syncing which are essential features in many other cloud services.

Amazon Cloud Drive is best suitable for photographers or those who like to secure their memories(photos). It had an unlimited photo storage plan for mere 12$ for a year and also provides a 5GB additional storage for other files. It is also having Unlimited Plan for 59.99$ where users can upload anything, and both the options are having three month’s trial option.

MediaFire:

MediaFire is one of the earliest Online Backup Service which had updated its services since then to be one of best players in the business. Since its launch in 2006, it had more than 50 million registered users and 840 million people use in to download shared files.

It is also having cross-platform features, multiple uploads, unlimited bandwidth, web upload and one-time links which can only be used for one time. Paid users can upload files up to the size of 25GB.

MediaFire had three options Basic, Professional, and Business where the Basic user gets a free storage of 10GB which can be increased up to 50 GB and is supported by ads. Professional users get 1TB of storage for 3.75$ a month and finally business plan gets 100TB for 40$ a month which can create 100 individual accounts.

These are the best cloud storage services available for iPhone. What is your best cloud storage service and why do you like or dislike it?