6 Best Free Cloud Storage Apps For Android

Remember carrying your pen drives and hard drives everywhere you go to access your files? Well, the last years have changed the face of technology with the introduction of cloud storage services. Cloud has made all things easier. But what cloud should you choose for storing your important personal files? 

It can be confusing given the number of services available in the play store today. One can easily be tempted by the storage space and prices and choose the wrong ones. So, in this article, I am going to tell you 6 best free cloud storage apps for android. 

Best Free Cloud Storage Apps For Android

Best Free Cloud Storage Apps For Android

1. Google Drive

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Developer: Google LLC
Price: Free+
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Google Drive has become one of the most popular today. It comes installed on many Android phones by default. Google’s cloud storage service offers 15GB of free storage and integrates with other company services, such as Docs and Google+. There are several paid plans with which you can upgrade the stage up to 30TB.  

It is the best for someone who regularly uses google’s apps since it allows you to synchronize everything: from Android contacts to Google+ and data. From the app you can upload files to the cloud, share others and access those that you have uploaded and other users have shared with you. And most importantly: you can also create Google documents and modify them. Available for Android and iOS. 

Features

  • 15Gb of free Storage
  • Share files and folders with anyone.
  • Collaborate in real-time with other users
  • Google Drive for Business with G Suite

2. Dropbox 

Dropbox has been more popular than ever, thanks to its feature-rich apps which mostly targets professionals and students. The secret of its success is in the ease of use and how beautiful its interface is. In addition, it has very interesting functions such as being able to recover deleted files and, something very important, it is multiplatform. The app has easy sharing options and auto-upload support. 

In addition, it gets linked to your Microsoft Office so that you can easily save drives on the cloud and share them. Dropbox offers only 2GB of free storage, although it is possible to expand it up to 18GB for free by getting your friends to open an account (500MB per referral). With the premium plans, you can extend the storage up to 2TB, usable by up to six people. 

Features

  • Manage files from the web.
  • Recover deleted files and revision control
  • Multiplatform support
  • Can be integrated with third-party apps

3. OneDrive

Microsoft OneDrive
Microsoft OneDrive
Price: Free+
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OneDrive is another of the apps that have been there for many years, and it works fine. You can get 5GB storage space in the free version, but you can increase the limit up to 1TB by paying for the premium. But the good thing is that a 1TB package comes with buying a Microsoft Office package, which makes it an added value. 

Competitive prices and integration into the entire Microsoft ecosystem: Windows and Office, and third-party apps like AutoCAD have made OneDrive the preferred option among the users today. The paid version has a tighter integration to the windows teams and additional dark mode. You can share files with users even if they don’t Onedrive and edit them online. Overall, a really good cloud service for someone who uses Microsoft apps more. 

Features 

  • Pre-installed on Windows 10 and Office 365
  • Synchronization on PC, Mac, iOS, and Android
  • Integration to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and one-note

4. pCloud 

pCloud: Free Cloud Storage
pCloud: Free Cloud Storage
Developer: pCloud LTD
Price: Free+
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pCloud is another app which is gaining popularity lately. The main reason is that it is one of the fewest cloud services that offer permanent storage for a lifetime. You don’t have to pay for monthly subscriptions anymore. It comes with a trash bin where your files get permanently deleted after 30 days, which is a smart option to have. The free version has 10GB of storage which can be expanded up to 2TB. 

Although there are some monthly bandwidth limits, there is no limit on file size, which is great for storing large media files. The company is registered in Switzerland which is known for its strict privacy laws, So, makes pCloud a trustworthy place to store your important files. As of now, the users have the option to select where they want to store data, either in US or EU servers. 

Features

  • Easy interface 
  • Easy sharing options 
  • One time payment for the premium  

Also Read: 8 Best Free Live Streaming Apps For Android

5. Mega 

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MEGA
Developer: Mega Ltd
Price: Free+
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Mega has come a long as a cloud service application. It started as a web page to upload media and share it with users, and it ended up becoming one of the leading cloud service providers. The best thing I found about the Mega is that It offers 50GB of storage in the free version, more than any other free version on the list. If that’s not enough you can upgrade the storage up to 16TB. 

You can enable two-factor authentication here which proves that Mega takes privacy and security very seriously at every stage. This cloud service impresses both beginners and advanced users who need more control over the interface and encrypted messages. Overall, this app is amazing for someone who wants more free storage and a reliable server. 

Features

  • Manage files from the web
  • Free 50GB storage space
  • Reasonable plans 
  • Advanced options for users

6. JioCloud

JioCloud - Free Cloud Storage
JioCloud - Free Cloud Storage
Price: To be announced
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Jio is popular in the Indian tech industry, but did you know that Jio offers its very own cloud service as well? JioCloud is an amazing application that can store your files with a storage limit of up to 5GB. However, the biggest advantage is that you can refer and earn additional storage of up to 10 GB per referral. You are allowed to refer to 5 users only so that means you get a total of 55GB for free!

Above that, you get security features like two-factor authentication and its mobile app offers fingerprint and pattern unlock as well. The interface seems easy to use and has a file management system as well. Lack of integration to other apps is what you can miss here. But you’ll find JioCloud as an amazing alternative to store your extra files like movies and videos. 

Features

  • Clean and easy interface
  • Referral program to get free storage
  • Decent Security Features
  • Hindi Language Support

FAQs

How do I get unlimited cloud storage for free?

Currently, no cloud storage service provides unlimited cloud storage for free.

Which Android app is best to use for cloud storage?

Google Drive is the best Android app to use for cloud storage.

How much cloud storage can you get free on Android?

If you use multiple cloud storage services with multiple accounts, you can easily get many TBs of storage for free. 

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Satish Shah
Member of Team TJ - Tech Enthusiast, and Programmer

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