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Cloud storage is different than cloud backup but cloud storage has in many ways surpassed backup. More and more we are simply storing information in the cloud and accessing the information we need where ever we are. The incredible growth of mobile has accelerated this growth of cloud storage as we want access to our files on the go without having to copy them all to our mobile devices. If you just need some storage you can find any number of services that offer free space that can help you stay connected to your information anywhere.

Below are all of the free cloud storage services I could find along with how much free storage space they give you and if they have a referral plan to earn more free storage space. Depending on what your needs are will depend on what service you are interested in using. There are certainly lots of options.

Service Free Space Referral Program
4sync 15GB No
ADrive 50GB No
Amazon Cloud Drive 5GB No
ASUS WebStorage 2GB Yes
Bitcasa 10GB Yes
Box 5GB Yes
Copy 15GB Yes
CX.com 10GB Yes
Dropbox 2GB Yes
Dump Truck 5GB Yes
ElephantDrive 2GB No
HiDrive 5GB Yes
Google Drive 5GB No
IDrive 5GB No
MediaFire 10GB No
MEGA 50GB No
MiMedia 7GB Yes
Minus 10GB Yes
Mozy 2GB Yes
Nakido Unlimited? No
OneDrive 7GB No
OpenDrive 2GB No
pCloud 10GB Yes
Shared.com 100GB Yes
SpiderOak 2GB Yes
SurDoc 100GB Yes
Sync.com 5GB Yes
Syncplicity 2GB No
Tresorit 5GB No
Wuala 5GB Yes
YouSendIt 2GB No

 
If I missed your favorite service or got some of the information wrong let me know and I will do my best to get the information include or corrected as soon as possible.

20 Responses to Free Cloud Storage

  1. Michael Yeang says:

    Yunio (https://www.yunio.com) probably deserves to be placed in this list too, as it offers 1 TB of free storage space, with daily increase of 1GB! The ability to sync folders is the greatest feature here.

    • I have had several people mention them, and yes I suppose they do belong on this list. I don’t exactly recommend them to anyone though. To many unknowns. Their Terms of Service is in Mandarin, and for those people that speak Mandarin they can read it and comprehend it great, but for those of us that do not we have to rely on bad versions of Google translate. In other words you are agreeing to something that you do not understand and that is not a good thing.

      From what I have seen of the terms of service via Google translate section 8 part 6 is concerning. I’ll paste the Google translate version and you can read it for yourself.

      The basic principles of the Constitution of the PRC as determined by 6.1 objection;
      6.2 endanger national unity, sovereignty and territorial integrity;
      6.3 leaking state secrets, endanger national security or harm national honor and interests;
      6.4 incite ethnic hatred or ethnic discrimination, undermining national unity or against ethnic customs and habits;
      6.5 undermine national and religious policies or preach evil cults or superstition;
      6.6 spread rumors, disturbs social order or undermines social stability;
      6.7 spreading obscenity, gambling, violence or instigate crimes;
      6.8 insult or slander others, or infringe upon the legitimate rights and interests of others;
      6.9 endanger public morality or national cultural tradition;
      6.10 publish any unlawful, harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, libelous, invasive of another’s privacy, hateful, or racially, ethnically or digital works morally objectionable;
      6.11 harm minors in any way;
      6.12 impersonate any person or entity, including, but not limited to cloud Connaught official, forum moderators, staff, or untruthful statements or misrepresent any person or organization department;
      6.13 forgery cloud Connaught official website as well as any other users of the Service in order to deceive;
      6.14 would infringe any patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright or other proprietary rights of any person (hereinafter referred to as the “Rights”) of digital works to be released;
      6.15 digital works of any advertisement or any other form of solicitation digital works to be released;
      6.16 will be designed to interrupt, destroy or limit any computer software or hardware or telecommunications work any digital device function software viruses or any other computer code, files or programs, to be published;
      Disrupt the normal flow of 6.17 using malicious file sharing, publishing a lot of rubbish digital works into the public storage space;
      6.18 unauthorized access to computer information network, or use the computer information network resources; without the permission of the computer information network functions to delete, modify or increase; without permission, to enter the computer information network, storage, processing or transmission of data and applications to delete, modify or increase; interfere with or disrupt the Service or servers and networks connected to the service lines, or disobey any requirements of networks connected to the Service, procedures, policies or regulations;
      6.19 intentionally or unintentionally violate any law in force;
      6.20 collect and store personal data of other users;
      6.21 Other cloud Novo considered harmful or inappropriate behavior.

      After reading that I have to wonder what they would do if you posted a picture from Tiananmen Square, like one of these from a Google Image search and started sharing it through the service. After all the government of China tends to like to control information more that some other governments.

      Yes you are correct they probably belong here but I don’t know if I would recommend them to anyone.

  2. Added Sync.com to the list. Offers 5GB free and is zero-knowledge. Could be worth looking into if you want some secure cloud storage.

  3. jean-baptiste says:

    hi,

    i just tried tresorit. right now it has a windows client. but they are working on a osx and mobile release.
    it is also offering a great encryption feature.

  4. cyae says:

    why megacloud.com not included? it have backup too, we get 8G free. Use it for a year.

    • There are several reasons why they are not listed actually. The first is they have no real contact information on their website, only a contact form. They also have a private WHOIS registration so you have no clue who they are and where your data is actually going.

      The second, and it took me a while to find this, had to talk to John about it. The company is located in Hong Kong. I would be a little nervous about uploading my data to a China based online storage company. Not that I have any state secrets to worry about but don’t want to worry about it.

      Third, they are playing off of the MegaUpload and now the MEGA brand name.

      In short I don’t trust them. That does not mean I trust every site listed on the site, but there are a lot of other sites out there I do trust more than Megacloud.com

  5. Added the new Copy service from Barracuda Networks. More information can be found on the service on this post. https://cloudstoragebuzz.com/barracuda-networks/barracuda-networks-launches-copy/

  6. Added the new MEGA service from Kim DotCom since it launched yesterday. More information on this post: https://cloudstoragebuzz.com/companies/mega-launches/

  7. John Tucker says:

    Added RapidShare. Could not verify a referral program so I left it as no. If someone knows otherwise and can point me to a page confirming it leave a comment.

  8. John Tucker says:

    Added ASUS WebStorage. Looks like they support Win, Mac and Ubuntu and with a decent referral program for up to 10GB of free space.

  9. Daniloff says:

    iDrive have referral program. +1Gb for one. up to 50-60Gb limit. i have 52 Gb ;)

  10. bunam says:

    Bitcasa

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