Dropbox has been the top choice cloud storage platform for so many people over a long time. So much so, that as we Kenyans say, it has grown horns. That is, it has reached a point where it feels it can do whatever it want, and tomorrow you will still come back.
Well, guess what! There are alternatives; free alternatives. But before we get into that, let me remind you of the Dropbox disappointment. These days it limits you to just three syncing devices at one time. If you want it to sync on more than three devices at one time, you will need to part with money.
Unless of course, you turn to its alternatives; Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, and Apple iCloud. There are the best free alternatives for Dropbox. Well, sort of!
Chances are high you use Gmail email, and that means you are automatically assigned 15GB free storage by Google on its cloud storage Google Drive. The platform is well engineered and works seamlessly. Compared to the 2GB free storage you get with Dropbox, Google Drive sure seems …read more