Cloud storage is one of best innovations in the tech space. It brings the convenience to everything.

Instead of copying crucial documents to flash drives or burning them to disc, you stick them in the cloud where they can easily be accessed any time.

Cloud-based storage knows when you’ve updated a file and updates its copy accordingly.

Cloud computing is getting stronger by day and this is being facilitated by price wars and continuous upgrading of various cloud storage services.

Below is a comparison of  Mega, Dropbox, Google drive and One drive.

Service Name Free Storage Security Price for Pro tier Desktop Mobile
MEGA  50 GB 2048-bit private/public  500 GB for 99.99 $/year  Web, Windows  iOS (iPhone, iPod touch, compatible with iPad), Android, BlackBerry
GOOGLE DRIVE  15 GB  SSL/TLS only  100 GB for 23.88 $/year  Web, Windows, Mac, Chrome OS  iOS (iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch), Android, Mobile Web
ONE DRIVE  15 GB (1TB with Office 365)  SSL only  100 GB for 23.88 $/year  Web, Windows (Vista, 7, 8, or 8.1), Mac OS X   iOS (iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch), Android, Windows Phone, Mobile Web
DROPBOX  2 GB Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)and AES-256 bit  1000 GB for 99 $/year  Web, Windows, Mac, Linux  iOS (iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch), Android, BlackBerry, Kindle Fire, Mobile Web
  • Allen

    Dropbox gives very less space.

  • Yuuki Saito

    The dropbox app prvides .gif support and google drive has .webm support. I don’t know about the other two.
    This should be updated to include file type support (for iOS and other mobiles)

  • Black Knigth

    Imo mediafire is like mega but it works better on the browser, also 50gb free.

  • jiggunjer

    Not accurate anymore. Onedrive gives 5GB instead of 15GB. Also I know dropbox at least had trouble synching to EFS encrypted folders. I.e. the files showed up in your local folder but weren’t encrypted–regardless of the folder settings.