There are many Cloud Storage apps available for Android. Here's a list of the best.
Box is the popular enterprise cloud service started by Aaron Levine at the age of 19 and funded by Marc Cuban. Although the app is targeted at business, users can sign up for personal accounts starting at 5GB of free storage. Users have the ability to share files and folders with other Box users and create links to share externally. There's an ability to view who downloaded or previewed each file. You can download Box from the Google Play Store here.
Dropbox is one of the more well-known cloud storage services for consumers and professionals. Users can flip through photo albums, edit and share important documents, and email attachments straight from Dropbox. Even if you lose your Android device, your personal data will be safe in Dropbox. Dropbox gives users 2GB of free cloud storage. You can download Dropbox from the Google Play Store here.
3. Google Drive
Google Drive is a combination of a cloud storage service and productivity platform. With Drive, users can access photos, documents, videos and other important files. Make files available offline so you can view them when your not on the internet. Add collaborators to help edit spreadsheets and documents. View PDF's, scan documents, and keep everything safe in Drive. Google Drive gives users 15GB of free cloud storage You can download Google Drive from the Google Play Store here.
MEGA is a cloud storage service by Mega Limited. The Mega service allows users to browse files, create folders, upload and download files, search and more, Users will receive 50GB to store files. Content that gets uploaded to Mega is secure and encrypted. Mega gives users 8GB of file storage and 8Gb backup. You can download MEGA from the Google Play Store here.
Cubby is a an app that gives users a place to store important documents, pictures and movies. Make and manage cubby folders to stay-up-to-date on all of your devices. Access important documents while on the go and share cubby folders with your friends. Users will get 5GB at cubby.com. Cubby users will get 5GB of free cloud storage. You can download Cubby from the Google Play Store here.
6. Sky Drive
SkyDrive is an app that allows users to store files and access them from any device while on the go. Easily manage your files, share files and photos, or view recently used documents. Upload photos and videos from your phone to SkyDrive. SkyDrive gives users 7GB of free cloud storage. You can download SkyDrive from the Google Play Store here.
SugarSync is the easiest way to access, search, and share documents, photos, videos and music. Share large files and folders using public links and send them via email, Facebook, Twitter, or SMS. Upload multiple files at once and stream music, while your using other apps on your Android device. Sugarsync is a must have app. SugarSync gives users 5GB of free cloud storage. You can download SugarSync from the Google Play Store here.
8. Ubuntu One
Ubuntu One is a service that gives users 5GB of free storage to store files, photos and music. Users can auto-upload images from other photo apps like Instagram, and it will save automatically to your Ubuntu One personal cloud. Share links to Facebook, Twitter, Google and other networks. Ubuntu One gives users 5GB of free cloud storage. You can download Ubuntu One from the Google Play Store here.
Verizon launched a new Dropbox-like app for Android devices that lets users back up and access their files in the cloud. With Verizon Cloud, users can back up photos, videos, music, documents, text messages. Access content when you're on the go and share content with your friends and your family. Keep content safe and secure by having your own private cloud storage. Verizon Wireless gives users 500MB of free cloud storage.You can download Verizon Cloud from the Google Play Store here.
10. Zip Cloud
Zip Cloud is the fastest way to access data while on the go. With Zip Cloud users can back up photos from your camera roll, listen to music files, take notes and email them to friends and colleagues. Share doodles or documents on Facebook or Twitter. ZipCloud gives users unlimited free cloud storage. You can download Zip Cloud from the Google Play Store here.