These days, there are countless online file storage providers all vying for your attention. If you’re in the market for cloud space, pCloud is worth considering. They provide 10GB free storage and expand up to 20GB free if you refer a friend. It is user-friendly and works on most devices, including Linux computers. Zero-knowledge end-to-end encryption is available for a small upgrade fee.
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pCloud provides great functionality and ease of use. Features include file versioning so you can rewind to earlier versions of your files, shared links and folders, and automatic backups of other cloud services, such as Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, etc. It also has great support for audio files.
The desktop application lets you create a virtual drive on your computer. This allows you to sync and backup your files with ease. pCloud is also one of the few cloud storage providers that work seamlessly with Linux.
pCloud has its headquarters in Switzerland and follows Swiss privacy laws. The servers are based in the U.S. and Luxembourg. Note: you can select whether you want U.S. or EU storage space during the sign-up process.