Cloud storage is becoming more popular day by day. Everybody is putting their file son internet to access the files remotely. Dropbox is the pioneer of this cloud storing and after that other companies came in to the market.
Google Drive Vs Dropbox Vs Onedrive
Google provides : 15 GB
DropBox: 2 GB [You will be able to add more storage by referring your friends and connecting your social accounts]
Onedrive: 15GB [YOu can earn extra space]
Google Drive and OneDrive is trying to be generous by giving away 15GB of space while DropBox is giving only 2Gb storage. You can earn 500MB for every referell you bring in dropbox upto 16GB. And OneDrive also offers free space in some sense.
You can achieve 3GB extra in your onedrive if you active the backup of camera photos. You can even refer your friend to OneDrive which will help you to get 500MB per user upto 5GB. That’s a whole lot storage.
Google Drive: $2/month 100GB, $10/month for 1TB
DropBox: $10/month for 1TB
One drive: $2/month for 100GB, $4/month for 200GB
Google has two plans. It’s first plan is 100GB for $1.99 per month. It’s second plan is 1TB for $9.99 per month.
OneDrive has a paid subscription for business and it is 1TB for $2.50 per month. For normal users it will cost $1.99 per month for 100 GB and for 300GB you have to pay $3.99 per month.
Dropbox provides two plans where dropbox basic plus will cost you $9.99/month for 1 TB and dropbx pro plus will cost you $15 per user/month. Second option is for the business owners.
Max File Size:
Google Drive: 10 GB
DropBox: Unlimited with the desktop app
OneDrive: Only 2 GB
Google gives you an option to upload a 10Gb file where OneDrive limits you at 2GB only. However DropBox sets no limit . You can upload any file you want using their desktop software.
GoogleDrive supports Windows,Mac,iOS & android. Google Drive does not have any app support for the windows Phone or Windows RT.
DropBox has native support for android,iOS,Windows & Mac. Like the Google Drive it has no support for the Windows Phone or Windows RT. Surprisingly it has support for Kindle Fire and Blackberry.
To be honest OneDrive supports most of the operating systems including android,iOS,windows phone , Windows RT, Windows PC and Mac.
If you are a windows user meaning you own a windows laptop, tablet and windows phone than you should go for the OneDrive. If you are a Google lover and seeking for a trusted cloud storage than Google Drive should be your choice. Google’s pricing policy is cheap but it leaps from 100GB to 1TB. If that doesn’t bothers you than go for Google Drive. Dropbox is falling behind now a days. It’s pricing policy is tricky and it has some limitations over integration with other cloud sstorage