Copy is a New Attractive Cloud Storage Solution for Android, iOS, Windows, Mac and Linux

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  • 06 Apr 2013
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  • These days there aren’t that many users that don’t use some kind of a online storage solution for either productivity or simply storing media files. With that in mind a good deal of developers have started investing in creating such solutions, that are both versatile in terms of availability for the different platforms, and with a good number of features.


    Not only the most highly appreciated storage options can get the job done. There are those that are not so popular yet can handle files just as efficiently as the best in the business. Besides, most manufacturers now provide their own cloud service and with lots of space for free, forcing the other developers to improve their offers. Among the newest on the market is the option provided by Barracuda Networks, that also promises 10 GB of free storage through referral links like this one.

    Copy for Android has earned quite a lot of adepts since the short time it was launched. The app provides just about every reason to seem attractive enough and a solid overall offer. The first thing you will notice is the very well designed interface, meant to be easy to understand and use. You can browse your folders and visualise the active downloads in a separate tab placed for your convenience. You can also work with media files, including pictures and videos and Copy provides special features in this regard. There is an integrated and very well made sharing feature, offering the possibility to share either one by one or multiple files at once.


    Copy is available for free on the Play Store and you can sign up for the free space here.

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