Top 9 Best Android Cloud Storage Apps – 2019

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If you're on the lookout for a new cloud storage app, you're in the right place. There are quite a few cloud storage apps available in the Google Play Store, some are more popular than others.

Well, in the list down below, you'll find nine cloud storage apps that may interest you. Eight of these apps are actually tied to cloud storage providers, while one app is just a tool for our existing cloud storage service.

These are only our favorite cloud storage apps, there are many more available in the Play Store. We tried to list all the most popular ones, and add some bonus ones that you may be interested in. Do note that these apps are not listed in a specific order.

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Dropbox

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Dropbox is one of the most popular cloud storage applications for Android. This service has been around for a long time, and the same goes for its app. The app is quite functional, and it allows you to do pretty much everything a web UI would. Dropbox offers 2GB of free storage, but you can also sign up for a Dropbox Plus free trial (2TB of storage). Dropbox Plus does offer a lot of functionality if you opt to become a subscriber.

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Google Drive

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Google Drive may even be the best-known cloud storage service for most of you. This is Google's very own service / app, and it offers 15GB of free storage from the get-go. You can easily grab more storage if you need to, as payment plans are not too expensive. The app is extremely functional and it ties in with Google Docs, so it's a perfect combination if you use Google Docs.

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Microsoft OneDrive

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Microsoft OneDrive is Microsoft's very own cloud storage service, formerly known as SkyDrive. The app itself looks great, it's flat, and using it is not a problem at all, as the UI design is spot on. You can easily access all your files, no matter what they are, while push notifications are supported, same as on pretty much every other app on the list. You get 5GB of free storage when you sign up for OneDrive, the rest you'll have to pay for.

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Box

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Box is one of the best-rated cloud storage apps out there. This app has also been around for a long time, and it comes with a great UI. You get 10GB of free cloud storage with Box registration, and Box can store pretty much anything. You can print documents directly from Box, and share your files with other people. You can preview 200+ file types in Box.

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Amazon Drive

Amazon Drive app image September 2019

Amazon Drive is Amazon's very own cloud storage solution. It also comes with a nice-looking UI, and 5GB of free cloud storage. You can upload photos, videos, documents, and various other files to Amazon Drive. Previewing photos, videos, PDFs, and various other documents is not a problem either. This app has a search functionality built-in, and it allows you to download files easily.

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FolderSync

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FolderSync makes it easy to manually sync your phone's files with your cloud storage. So, if you want, for example, to keep a specific folder in your phone synced, this app can do that for you. You can select a specific destination within your cloud storage where you want the file to be synced to. You also have full control over sync frequency as well, you can even set it to manual, if you want.

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pCloud

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pCloud is yet another compelling cloud storage provider. This service offers you 10GB of free cloud storage, and a really compelling Android application. Various stats are available within pCloud, while the app comes with a built-in music player. This app's UI is spot on, it's really easy to use, and it's easy on the eyes as well. This app is also available for Windows, iOS, Linux, and so on.

Degoo

Degoo app image September 2019

Degoo is a very popular cloud storage service in specific circles. Most of you probably don't know about it, though. This app actually offers you to earn extra GB of storage by watching optional sponsored videos. This app comes with a "Pro" subscription as well, of course. Degoo has quite a powerful encryption, and the developer claims that your files will completely safe. This app also offers unlimited data transfer.

G Cloud Backup

G Cloud Backup app image September 2019

G Cloud Backup is the last cloud storage app that we'll talk about in this article. This is a rather colorful app which is also simple and clean at the same time. This app offers you 1GB of free cloud storage, but you can earn up to 10GB easily, says the developer. The app comes with backup for external SD cards, and it allows you to backup all sorts of files. This app can also backup your device quickly, and also restore all those files easily. These are only some features, as it has a lot of them.

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