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4/2/2013 | 3:17:45 PM
re: Apple, Dropbox Lead Cloud Storage Market
Apple is leading due to leading the mobile market with mobile devices. Dropbox has done absolutely wonders for me, and is my cloud of choice. I might be singing a different tune if I had an iPhone. I do not know too much about AppleGÇÖs cloud, but I do know I got hooked with Dropbox, by them increasing my storage capacity for referring friends. As far as the music player goes, I use my Google Play to store all my music on the go and then various applications to manage my online videos. I mainly use the cloud for storage of documents and projects that I am currently working on, not music or video at all.

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