Instead of purging files you want to keep whenever you get a low storage warning on your phone, laptop, or tablet, move everything into cloud storage(opens in a new tab) where you can keep it forever. That might require a lot of space if you’re going to be consolidating all your files in one location, but that doesn’t have to cost you much. Pay once and get a 10TB Backup Plan from Degoo Premium, just $99.99 (reg. $3,600).
10TB of backup cloud storage for all of your devices
If you’ve noticed your hard drive filling up faster than it used to, you’re not imagining it. Phones, laptops, and tablets may have more local storage than they used to, but files are also getting a lot bigger(opens in a new tab). That HD picture of your dog might be bigger than a pile of photos from when they were a puppy, and that’s pretty inconvenient if you need to save some room for apps and software.
Don’t delete anything. Instead, move your files onto a Degoo 10TB cloud backup(opens in a new tab). Degoo lets you upload files from an unlimited number of devices. The only restriction is that your files need to be within the 1GB file size limit. That might mean you have to split up some big folders, but you can reorganize them on the app. Degoo even has an AI that shows you a private feed of your photos so you can relive the fun.
Whenever you upload a file to Degoo, it creates a copy instead of taking the file directly from your device. That means if your internet gives out and the upload is incomplete, you can just try again without ever compromising your files. The Android app also automatically detects file and folder changes and creates a backup for you.
Once they’re uploaded, all of your information is locked behind a 256-bit AES encryption, but you can still share them with friends and coworkers using your email, a link, or a messaging app.
Protect your files and save space
No more low storage warnings — get cloud storage with more space than Dropbox, OneDrive, and Google Drive combined.
For a limited time, get a 10TB Degoo Lifetime Backup Plan(opens in a new tab) for $99.99 (reg. $3,600).