10 options to save your photos or files in the cloud

The first five years of the past decade cloud services emerged and became popular, in the last five years they have been established. In a first stage of growth, the price of GB decreased year after year as the services offered more storage plans at the cost of maintaining the subscription price. A trend that no longer occurs as much as before, in the last five years prices have practically not changed.

Absolutely no increase in recent years. All services have kept the same amount of GB available for free and even Microsoft’s OneDrive has reduced it from 15 GB to 5 GB. What the services have done is to add more features to their platforms, such as free photo upload or extra tools:

Google One Microsoft OneDrive Apple iCloud Amazon Drive Dropbox
2015 15 GB 15 GB 5 GB 5 GB 2 GB
2016 15 GB 5 GB 5 GB 5 GB 2 GB
2017 15 GB 5 GB 5 GB 5 GB 2 GB
2018 15 GB 5 GB 5 GB 5 GB 2 GB
2019 15 GB 5 GB 5 GB 5 GB 2 GB
2020 15 GB 5 GB 5 GB 5 GB 2 G

Where’s the cheapest GB?

Google One Microsoft OneDrive Apple iCloud Amazon Drive DROPBOX
50 GB 0,0398 dollars 0,0198 dollars
100 GB 0,0199 dollars 0,0099 dollars
200 GB 0,0299 dollars 0,0149 dollars
1 TB 0,0069 dollars 0,0049 dollars
2 TB 0,0049 dollars 0,0049 dollars 0,0059 dollars
3 TB 0,0066 dollars
6 TB 0,0016 dollars
10 TB 0,0099 dollars

We leave you the most popular and open source options to specify your images and documents in the cloud:

Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/
Microsoft OneDrive: https://onedrive.live.com/
Google Drive: https://www.google.es /drive/apps.html
Apple iCloud: https://www.icloud.com/
Mega: https://mega.nz
Amazon Drive: https://www.amazon.com/b?node=15547130011
Caja: https://www.box.com/es-419/home

Open source options:

Own Cloud: https://owncloud.org/
Pydio: https://pydio.com/
LinShare: https://www.linshare.org/en/index.html