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Copy saves your stuff

If you're in need of a cloud storage service, Copy is a great option. The service is fast, simple, and easy to use. You can back up any type of file, and then access it from your desktop, mobile device, or anywhere else from Copy's website.

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Streamlined design

Copy's Android app is simple, even bare-bones in places, but it's easy to find the files and folders you need. The main screen simply shows you all of the folders you've synced to Copy.

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Free storage

You get 15GB of storage for free, and you can upgrade to 250GB for $10 per month. The company also offers business plans for more storage.

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Batch upload

Using the Android app, you can upload files, photos, and videos from your phone or tablet. You can select multiple items at once and upload them together. Copy also has an automatic photo backup feature, called PhotoCopy, which saves every photo and video you capture.

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Choose your spot

You can choose where you want to upload files, and even create a new folder on the spot.

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Share with everyone

Using a link generated by the app, you can share individual files or entire folders with other people.

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Download what you need

As well as uploading files, you can download items from Copy to your phone. Unlike Dropbox or OneDrive, you can even download an entire folder to your device.

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