SkyDrive vs. Google Drive vs. Dropbox vs. Apple iCloud – A Comparision

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SkyDrive for Windows, the new desktop client for Windows, is very well received by everyone. With the launch of Google Drive around the corner. The best thing about this desktop application is that when you install it on your computer, you can securely access, store and share your photos and files from almost anywhere. If you install SkyDrive on a computer running Windows 7, Windows Vista or Mac OS X Lion, you will never have to worry about forgetting a photo or a file again.

Microsoft has also added many new features to SkyDrive and even offered a free 25GB storage upgrade. Given the current scenario, it is understandable that most people want to compare the features of SkyDrive and its competitors.

SkyDrive versus Apple iCloud versus Google versus Dropbox

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Microsoft has published a diagram comparing SkyDrive features and offerings with Apple iCloud, Google and Dropbox. Take a look at it and tell us what you think. Click on the image to enlarge.

Although the diagram was published by Microsoft, it seems very objective – and the diagram shows that SkyDrive offers much more than the competition.

Click here to see a more detailed comparison between Google Drive and SkyDrive.

Which file-sharing service would you use and recommend?

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