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August 2, 2011 / David Bleeker

Price comparison: iCloud vs. Dropbox vs. SugarSync

With the iCloud price tiers revealed yesterday, Federico Viticci of MacStories.net has done a nice job comparing Apple’s cloud storage offering to those of Dropbox and SugarSync, two of the most widely used cloud storage services out there. Apple is on par with Dropbox if you’re in a market for a 50GB storage in the cloud. The latter also has a 100GB option for $199 a year which Apple lacks. However, Apple beats them with 5GB free accounts versus a 2GB free option over at Dropbox. SugarSync tops both Apple and Google by giving you ten more gigabytes (for 60GB total) for your hundred bucks a year and their $150 a year for 100GB plan comes in cheaper than Dropbox ($199 a year) or Apple on a per-GB basis. In addition, SugarSync also offer 30GB and 60GB accounts and match Apple with free 5GB accounts. [read more]

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