pCloud iPhone App

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pCloud is an iPhone app developed by PCLOUD LTD. pCloud is a cloud storage service that gives you 10 gigs of free space when you sign up. If you’ve been looking for a new cloud storage solution, this is a tool that is well worth your consideration.

pCloud allows users to upload files of any size, making this ideal for people with large HD video collections, musicians, graphic designers, or developers. All your files are synchronized between your computer, iPhone and iPad, and you can see live changes to your files.

There’s a lot to like here. pCloud boasts that it is “the ultimate app for sharing and storing files.” That’s a pretty lofty claim, but I have to admit that this is a really solid tool. The interface is simple, clean, and everything you could want in an app like this.

The activity monitor makes it simple to find the files you need to access most often, and also lets you see the progress of your background tasks.

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If you don’t mind paying a monthly or yearly subscription fee, you can get even more storage than the basic 10GB.  pCloud Pro plans are available at the 100GB , 300GB, or 1TB levels. The 100GB plan is $4.99 per month, the 300GB is $14.99 per month, and the 1TB plan is $49.99 per month.

The most recent version of the app is Version 1.3.0. In this version of pCloud, the developers have dealt with some problematic bugs. In addition, they’ve added a passcode lock feature and they’ve also made some uploading improvements.

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pCloud also offers a ton of sharing options, including the ability to send upload or download links to people that you want to share your files and photos with. Overall, this is a great tool to replace or augment your current cloud service.

pCloud requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.


1 COMMENT

  1. Seriously, one of the best cloud storage services around – it offers a plethora of fetaures I personally haven’t seen anywhere else (e.g. share a folder with permissions) and it’s free, which is mind-blowing considering what it offers…

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