Google Drive, iCloud, Dropbox and More Compared: What's the Best Cloud Option?
The verdict? Not too shabby.
The chart below shows off the features, pricing, and highlights of the major players in cloud
SkyDrive is currently the best overall value, offering up 27 gigs of storage for $10 a year. But Google Drive is right behind Microsoft, offering the same amount for $30 a year.
iCloud is the best at seamlessly integrating with iOS for backups of vital info. But Google Drive offers more flexlibility as to how you can access and manage your storage space.
Dropbox is available on more mobile platforms, as is Box, but neither have the same level of collaborative document editing tools that Google Drive does.
Overall, Google Drive hits a sweet spot between value and flexibility. It's not the cheapest or most comprehensive, but it appears to cover the widest swath of features people want. We'll see how it does in action soon enough. For now, though, it looks like your best bet.