[TA Deals] Store 2TB in the cloud with a lifetime subscription to SkyHub Cloud


Eventually you’re going to run out of on-device storage. Phones, tablets, and even computers are not built to store a huge amount of storage. The makers of those devices are actually starting to reduce internal storage to cut costs and push consumers to the cloud. But honestly, moving everything to the cloud is difficult because of costs. Most services have a monthly fee that is unjustifiable to pay considering the amount of cloud storage offered. That’s why you need to take a look at SkyHub Cloud’s lifetime subscription offered on Talk Android Deals. You get a whopping 2TB of cloud storage that is yours for an eternity after paying a one-time fee.

You’ll be able to safely take files with you everywhere you go.

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Backing up pictures and videos with Google Photos


There’s no denying you have way too many pictures and videos stored on your phone or tablet. Who’s really carrying around a dedicated camera these days? We all just use our mobile devices because of the convenience and image quality. But the potential problem with doing so is that you’ll be filling up internal storage real fast, and sometimes moving pictures and videos over to a microSD card isn’t an option. Cloud storage is a truly a savior for mobile devices because it removes a large load from being physically stored and allows people to view everything from multiple devices. And it all works silently. Google Photos, which was spun out of Google+ in May 2015, arrived because Android has lacked a media-first cloud storage solution. Now that it’s here, people are storing everything they have there because of Google Photos’ benefits. It basically creates a massive library, organized in the way you want, with little effort on your end.

Let’s get all of those pictures and videos stored in a safe place.

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[TA Deals] Save 94% on lifetime access to 2TB of cloud storage with Genius Rescue


Cloud storage is a huge asset, but it’s also pretty pricey. And you need cloud storage because your computer, phone, and tablet are all limited with a specific amount of space. Fill that up and your device will start slowing down, and all of a sudden you’re paying a large fee to use a big brand’s cloud storage solution. Google, Amazon, and Dropbox all charge a considerable amount of money to access their services and move files around between the cloud and your devices; however, you can pick up a lifetime subscription to Genius Rescue, which has a solid range of features, on Talk Android Deals for an insanely low price.

Genius Rescue allows you to access files anytime from any device.

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[TA Deals] Store 1TB with Zoolz Cold Storage for $39


We’re all backing up everything these days, but the amount of physical storage on our personal computers is limited. Not everyone owns a device with a 500GB storage (which might be filled fast, too). So people are making the move to the cloud, transitioning files big and small to a secure online location. Google, Amazon, Dropbox, and many others have their own free offerings that are limited and paid tiers that get pricey. Let’s have you avoid a monthly fee by covering Zoolz Cold Storage. From healthcare to media and accounting to education, this company’s services are universally applauded. And we’re offering a lifetime subscription to Zoolz Cold Storage on Talk Android Deals for a fraction of the price.

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Google Drive plug-in distracts you from using Microsoft’s OneDrive with Office


Google wants you to make documents with Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Microsoft wants you to make documents with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Then, when storing those documents or any other files, the two companies are split between Drive and OneDrive. Among the benefits of sticking with one company’s services is how everything works seamlessly. Google, however, wants Microsoft Office users to enjoy the benefits of Drive despite using a competing service.

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Amazon Cloud Drive finally gets its own app


Using Amazon’s cloud storage service has been somewhat of a hassle considering the lack of any dedicated mobile apps. Users were limited to a watered-down app that only offered access to photographs and music. Today, Amazon finally released mobile apps for Cloud Drive across multiple platforms that show users everything that they have saved online. The launch of Cloud Drive’s mobile apps comes a few weeks after Amazon launched the service’s SDK, meaning that the app should be see integration with other apps and services in the near future.

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Cloud computing growth in 2015 to be big says Xaiomi


Most smartphone users are familiar with cloud-based storage providers like Dropbox, Google Drive or on other platforms, iCloud. These are joined by several other options as companies try to get in on the action, resulting in services like Verizon’s cloud storage solutions for their subscribers. Since they are not yet a big name outside of China and other Asian markets, Xaiomi’s cloud storage service is not yet well-known. However, Xiaomi is expecting growth in revenues from the services it provides to grow by 4 to 5 times for 2015 compared to the prior year. Read more

Amazon introduces unlimited Cloud Drive storage options for photos and more


Forget about internal storage on your devices because everything is heading to the cloud. There are cloud storage services available on all major platforms and even more make up the third-party offerings. It seems that offering ample cloud storage for free or at a low cost is an easy way to secure customers. Amazon, which has its Cloud Drive service, announced two plans that could be very enticing.

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