You may be noticed with some recent rumors about the upcoming appearance of Google Drive. They said that the search giant will probably roll out the first version of Google Drive in the first week of April. According to folks at Talk Android blog, Google Drive will offer free 5GB of free storage instead of 1GB or 2GB as rumors before. I am not sure whether the upcoming cloud based storage service from Google can replace or stand along with Dropbox or Box.com but at least, hopefully we will have another good choice for storing and backing up data for free.
Currently, in my opinion, Dropbox is still one the leading cloud storage services thanks to its excellent synchronization feature which supports almost platforms and devices without limit, no matter you are using a free account. As many others, I have been a fan of Dropbox so long and needless to say, completely satisfied with it.
But do you think a free 2GB account from Dropbox is enough in a long run? The answer is of course no. Here Oxygencloud, which offers many advanced options including synchronization is a good Dropbox alternative you can try.