How to get 50GB free cloud storage for your HTC EVO

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Cloud storage provider Box updated its Android app yesterday, and along with that it is offering 50GB of free cloud storage to anyone who simply downloads the app and signs in within the next month. This storage is also good for life – it won't expire.

This is double the amount the SkyDrive offers, which doesn't even have an official Android app. And it's also ten times the amount that SugarSync gives users for free, and 25 times the free space you can get from DropBox.

Qrc-boxAdditionally, if you take advantage of this offer, Box will also up the individual file size limit to 100MB, up from a former 25MB. Of course, Box does lack some nice features that other cloud services are sure to include, such as automatic syncing between computers.

But 50GB is 50GB, and for many Android users, this could be just what they're looking for.

So what is your favorite cloud storage service?

Links: Market (EVO) | Market (web)

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