The fashion now cloud storage; no gigantic hard drives, the rule has access to all, aany time and anywhere.
If you use Android you should know that there are several apps with this function, including Ubuntu One, but today we will talk about Dropbox because it is very easy to access by any device with internet access.
Dropbox provides 2GB of free space for anyone who wants to store their files in the cloud (any file at all), as well as automatic synchronization and sharing with other users.
When installed, it creates a folder on your device, and dragging any file into that folder automatically sends the file to the cloud without your noticing. If another device has the app installed, it automatically downloads the file to the Dropbox folder.
There are other very interesting functions, such as limiting upload and download bandwidth, file sharing and synchronization of other folders.
If you want 10 GB free, send it to other people and earn 250 MB for each person who signs up for the service (that's cool!). Just access this link to login and invite others.
And if you want to get 23GB of free space (that's right, not the fudge), follow the steps below:
But how does that ???
The XDA developers have achieved this feat, but for a limited time: after 2 years, your account will return to normal; 2GB of free space.
Two years a long time to enjoy this wonder, don't you think?