Is your Android device running out of internal storage space? If your device has a microSD slot then you could use it for storage expansion or you could choose to avail of a cloud storage solution. There are various cloud storage solution provides available for Android devices such as Google Drive, Dropbox, and Box to name a few which offers ample space and a companion Android app to make saving files easier.
While most of the popular cloud storage providers offers free storage space starting at 2 GB a new cloud storage service is offering 100 GB of storage space for free. SurDoc is available for Android, Windows, and Mac and offers a hassle-free way for users to make backups of their important files. The free plan provides 100 GB of storage space. There’s also paid plans available starting at $2.50 a month that lifts the restriction on special file size as well as an $8.33 a month plan that comes with unlimited storage options.
Getting SurDoc into your Android device is easy as you only have to search for the app which is currently available at the Google Play Store. Once installed on your device you can sign in to your account or if you are a first time user you can easily create an account.
Signing up for an account is easy as you don’t need to provide all of your details. You can simply sign up using your Facebook, Google, Yahoo, or Outlook account. Once you have signed up you will just have to verify your account from the confirmation email sent and you are good to go.
- Starting with 100GB of free storage, you can earn up to 1TB for free by inviting friends (10GB per referral)
- Ultra secure storage – SurDoc is the only cloud storage service provider who cannot read your files
- Auto-upload photos, videos, music and more from your mobile device through WiFi
- Auto-backup files from all of your devices to your personal cloud
- Access, view and edit files in your personal cloud regardless of file format without installing or buying any other software or app
- High-fidelity view, best online viewer
- Easy file sharing through links, email, Facebook and Twitter
- Fill out forms, comment on documents, and add signatures to documents on the go
What’s probably the best feature of this service is that the information that you store is protected making it inaccessible by anyone except you. The company even claims that “Nobody can view your files but you – not a hacker who has full control of the cloud company’s server, not the government if your files are subpoenaed, not even the cloud company’s own employees.”
via google play