by February 12, 2014 0 comments

Linux is now become a major part of IT world but Google drive  still not compatible with Linux, but thier are some other services like  Dropbox, Ubuntu One, SpiderOak, and Wuala don’t ignore Linux users.They even offer more storage and other useful features, such as local encryption of your files.


Dropbox offers clients for every platform, including Linux. Dropbox only offers 2 GB of space for free, but you earn 16 GB from referring friends to Dropbox (each referral gets you another 500 MB).While the free storage offered is less than Google Drive, you could potentially have much more free space without paying a penny.DOWNLOAD

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SpiderOak offers a Linux client in addition to Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS clients. Accounts include 2 GB of space for free, but you can also earn up to 10 GB of free storage with a Dropbox-style referral program. Its interface is a bit complicated, but the encryption is a powerful feature.

SpiderOak’s distinguishing feature is its support for encryption. Unlike Google Drive, Dropbox, and Ubuntu One, all files you upload to SpiderOak are encrypted on your computer before they’re uploaded. SpiderOak advertises that they’re stored in an encrypted form where not even SpiderOak’s employees can view them.DOWNLOAD

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