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    dropbox vs google drive?

    I been using dropbox to store and move files and never paid attention to google drive. Google drive is cheaper for twice as much space. Anybody you drive and how do you like it. Any pros and cons to both? Thanks in advance.

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    I use drive for books, documents, and pics
    Dropbox for zip files and titanium backups
    Box I use as temp storage until I transfer to one of the others or delete

    I have been using google docs for a long time, so all drive did was add more storage space

    Dropbox and box I have only started using in the past year and honestly I only use them to keep my personal files separate from the public files I post

    So I guess it would be more a matter of what kind of files you are storing, and which one offers exactly what you need

    Drive ties right into docs and is already part of the google ecosystem I am familiar with, so drive suits me better

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    Same as Rites. If you already use gmail and google docs it makes sense to use drive.
    I only use Box for shared storage and working on large projects with others. We have the folders shared between us so our dropbox folders are always up to date.

    It really does depend on what you're storing. In my opinion, dropbox was great when it came out, but Drive just fits with the rest of Google and makes things easier.



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