Get even more flexibility with pCloud’s new iPhone update

pCloud 1.18.0 for iOS is finally here

Use pCloud as a location from where to pick any photo, video or document as an attachment, and add even more space to your iPhone’s memory. You’re welcome. Continue reading “Get even more flexibility with pCloud’s new iPhone update” »

Download speed test: pCloud vs. Dropbox

Download speed test: pCloud 3 times faster than Dropbox

Just recently we shared our excitement about the improved upload speed that we offer. We achieved that through a network of collocated proxy servers and an entirely new data transfer protocol – we call it PUDP – which we developed in-house.

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10 Tips For Better Phoneography

Phoneography tips | The pCloud Blog

Gone are the times when we needed an actual camera to take good photos – we’re making a shift from photography to phoneography and that’s ok – especially when you keep in mind that you can snap any great moment with your smartphone, edit the image and share it with the world in a matter of seconds.

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Upload speed test: pCloud vs. Dropbox

pCloud vs. Dropbox Speed test

Speed. This is the one thing that matters the most when it comes to cloud storage solutions, and there’s a simple reason for that: the faster you download, upload and sync files in a cloud drive, the more it feels like an actual hard drive, albeit virtual. You wouldn’t want to wait five minutes for a little video in your cloud account to load so you can watch it, would you?

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A Bitcasa alternative: Move your files to pCloud in minutes

Move your Bitcasa files to pCloud in a few clicks

If you are a Bitcasa user, you have probably received notice that Bitcasa Drive is being discontinued on May 20, 2016. You need to move your files by that date, or they’ll be permanently deleted and you’ll lose your important data.

We know that such news may sound a bit scary, especially if you keep a large number of files in Bitcasa Drive but as usual, the pCloud team comes to the rescue.

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Sync your Dropbox with pCloud in 5 easy steps

Sync Dropbox with pCloudOne thing that most cloud storage services with desktop apps have in common is that they duplicate the files on your computer and on the cloud. In other words, they eat up your HDD memory which is often scarce anyway.

pCloud is different. Instead of taking twice the storage space on your hard drive, it extends it and adds to it without compromising accessibility and the easy access to your files. Imagine having a second, virtual hard drive in the cloud – one that you can access and work with even when you are offline. It’s really that simple.

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Round 2 is now over! The winner of our Hacking Challenge is…

 

As many of you may know, back in late September we invited hackers, coders and anyone confident enough – in a battle of encryption. Starting from a $20,000 prize and going as far as betting $100,000 on the table in Round 2, here’s what happened:

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Privacy for customers: We’re in with you on this one, Apple

pCloud supports Apple's statement on customer privacy

If you have been reading the news lately, you should already be acquainted with the latest buzz around Apple. For those of you who don’t know, however, a couple of days ago a federal court judge ordered the company to create a backdoor to unlocking a certain iPhone 5C, which was used by one of San Bernardino massacre shooters. In response, Apple refused to comply with the FBI and sent an open letter to informing their clients of the issue.

Following Apple’s stance on the file privacy of its customers, as a file security provider ourselves, we felt the need to express our full support!  Continue reading “Privacy for customers: We’re in with you on this one, Apple” »