Amazon launches Cloud Drive file syncing to compete with Dropbox, other cloud syncing services

screen-shot-2013-04-01-at-3-32-23-pmTo take on the likes of Dropbox, Box.net, Google Drive, and more, Amazon has updated its Cloud Drive to include cross-computer file sharing. It works just like any of the other services – you have a folder on your OS X or Windows computer, then the folder in the cloud, and whenever you update a file between the any of the three, it will push an updated version of that file to the others as well. If you don’t have the service, you can get it now and get 5GB free storage, the same amount Google Drive and some other services give you. If interested, you can head on over to the website for the service here: Amazon Cloud Drive.

What do you think? Interested in the updated service? Will you use it over others? Let us know in the comments, or tweet me @TiP_Kyle.

 

Via: 9to5Mac, Amazon

 

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