Cloud Storage & Backup

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With limited space on phones and tablet of course you are going to use a cloud storage app, but are they any good?

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  • Dropbox Dropbox


    Dropbox, Inc.

    1616863 ratings

    DropBox it's the obvious one, but with limited space if you are using the free model. Yes you can earn more space by referring people (500mb each). I have no reason to fault this app, I use it to sync my photos from the phone as I take them.

  • truBackup - Mobile Backup truBackup - Mobile Backup

    truBackup - Mobile Backup

    3Frames Labs

    3236 ratings

    This app will back up your contacts, sms, pic, music, video and apps (apk only not data) to your SD card or.... to you DropBox account. nice clean simple UI worth checking out.

  • Helium - App Sync and Backup Helium - App Sync and Backup

    Helium - App Sync and Backup


    60965 ratings

    This cloud backup is the only one I know of that will actually back up your app data. (must be rooted to back up to cloud) So you won't lose your saved games and such. It does however only work on devices with android 4.0 and higher

  • G Cloud Backup G Cloud Backup

    G Cloud Backup

    Genie9 LTD

    216590 ratings

    Just started with this one, not as much space off the bat, they do give space for referrals. The app itself can be set to automatically back up contacts, call log, messages, system settings.. pretty much seems to cover everything except actual apps

  • Box Box



    140426 ratings

    I have this on my computer, it came with 20gb of free space, I do have a complaint though, Box is behind the times, there is no ability to sync subfolders automatically. It can make for a lot of dragging and dropping.

  • Google Drive Google Drive

    Google Drive

    Google Inc.

    1533366 ratings

    You already have the space, it's used for your gmail e.t.c.. why not use some for your other media too? 15gb free, it's not to be sniffed at.