Launched – Change The Way File Sharing Works and Costs

Cloud storage is a new technology which is changing the way people store their data. The traditional methods to store data are storing them on hard drives or pen drives while on the other hand cloud storage enables you to store your data online. This means you can access it anytime you want and from anywhere you want. You don’t need to access your home computer to do so.

Anyone of us who has ever read a Kindle e-book online or uploaded an image on Facebook has used cloud storage.

Cloud storage has many benefits over traditional storage. It occupies no office or home space, it is more secure as you can put your pen drive containing your private data here and there and lose it but not so with online storage, and above all it provides easy accessibility from your computer, tablet or even a smartphone.

So if you too are searching for a cloud storage service, we recommend you try


Shared offers three types of cloud storage plans. You can sign up for the free version to check their services out. The free version offers 5GB of free storage and the size of one file, in this plan, can go as large as 1 GB.

The other two plans are:

Pro – This plan costs $9.95 per month. The storage limit is of 250 GB, with a download bandwidth of 1,000 GB, unlimited parallel downloads, no ads will be forced in your profile, and the size per file can go as large as 5GB.

Pro Plus – This one costs $24.95. You will get a total storage of 2 TB here which is equivalent to 2,048 GB of data. If you own (say) a small business and have huge data to store then this plan is ideal for you. The download bandwidth is of 2,500 GB, you can perform any number of parallel downloads, your profile will remain completely ad free, and the size of one file can go as large as 10 GB.

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See which one suits you the best and choose accordingly.

Unlike many other cloud storages, Shared doesn’t require you to install any software on your computer. You just have to fill in a small form and you will be ready to go.

Go and take a look at the website and let me know what you think in the comments below.

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