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May 28, 2017

Deal: 100GB Koofr cloud storage now only $6 per year!

Everyone needs cloud storage these days. For some of us the free gig or two we get with our Google Drive is enough for our photos and vids. But if you need more and you don’t want to risk using a physical hard drive, a Koofr 100GB Storage Plan Subscription could be the answer. 

There are three 100GB subscriptions on offer in this deal. The best value is $30 for five years. That’s just $6 per year.

In our experience that’s super-competitive. You might find other deals for more storage space at a similar price, but check the small-print – it probably won’t be instant access like these Koofr plans. And this is reputable cloud storage with all the features you would [...]

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May 10, 2017

It’s back! Zoolz Cloud Storage: $30, Lifetime Subscription

The last time we covered Zoolz Cloud Storage it was an absolute hit with our readers. But that offer didn’t last very long, and we got a fair number of emails from those who were disappointed they missed out.

After that, we resolved to keep an eye on Zoolz for worthwhile offers, and today one just dropped.

For the next few days, Zoolz is offering their “Dual Cloud” 1TB storage subscription for life for just $29.99.

Never lose anything again.

The Dual Cloud subscription model features a 500GB Instant Vault that securely stores files that you know you’re going to want to have handy in the near future. Documents you frequently reference, projects [...]

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December 2, 2016

More cloud storage options available for Office for Android

Microsoft brings good news for Android Office users: you can now save and update your Office files on more cloud storage platforms like Dropbox.

See also: Microsoft Office apps get updated with ‘Tell Me’ feature, among other things May 29, 2016

December is already off to a good start, it seems. Microsoft announced today that its Cloud Storage Partner Program is now available for those who use Office apps on Android devices. This means that you can now edit, store, and update your Office files not only on OneDrive but also other cloud storage providers’ apps. As of now, Microsoft Office on Android supports Dropbox, Box, Egnyte, and 腾讯微云 (Tencent). The company [...]

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