After PC and later iOS the storage company MediaFire has now launched whopping 50 GB free cloud storage for Android users. The nearest competitor "Dropbox" offers just 2 GB of free storage to users.
MediaFire also does not allow active sync. Free users may further note that you have to log into the MediaFire account once a year to keep your storage space alive or else your account may be deleted.
You can download the MediaFire for Android here.
In the mean time, Dropbox has also released an update for its Android App that allows users to share multiple photos with friends and family. You just have to select the photos and add it to a album to be shared or you can link via email, Facebook or Twitter for more easy access.
You can download Dropbox for Android here.
Storage place is getting hotter. Lets see what comes up next
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