Discussion in 'Front Page News' started by News Bot, Jun 20, 2012.
Google Drive is cloud storage, so it's the same comparison.
I think both, they are not even the same type of cloud based storage.
probably dropbox because its more versatile and it also syncs your files between devices
Dropbox by far. iCloud is useful, and definitely a step-up from just being tethered to iTunes, but it doesn't offer any customization at all. Dropbox, on the other hand, is extremely versatile, and can be used to sync almost anything. I wish Apple would've just integrated Dropbox instead of creating their own service, because things would've been made so much easier.
Well it offers some minor synchronization. I suppose the fairest comparison would be to take Google's product suite (Calendar, Contacts, Drive, Play (apps and music), Chrome, etc) and compare their functionality on the whole to iCloud.
I don't think they should be compared as they do not offer the same type of cloud storage. One is full control whereas the other is constricted to just what they choose.
That would make iCloud look like a pos if you compare it to every one of those together.
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