Though, Dropbox has been the reigning king of cloud storage and syncing for sometimes now, a competition is still getting intense. LogMeIn, best known for its remote access apps, has launched a cloud storage solution of its own. Dubbed as Cubby, the new cloud storage service, currently in beta, allots users 5GB of storage in the cloud.
LogMeIn already lets you access files on your computer via a mobile app, but it doesn’t include cloud backup and sync between multiple computers. But its new service, Cubby, once leaves beta, users can add file storage, backup and syncing to the handy mobile toolkit from LogMeIn.
Just like Dropbox or Box.net, the new Cubby service will let you sync data across devices including the iPad, iPhone, Android, Mac and Windows PCs. All of these services, however, let you share folders with individuals, through web interfaces or the desktop client. By default, Cubby also syncs directories to the cloud, so you can access them from the Web or from the mobile app (Apple’s iOS or Android).
LogMeIn customers who want to check out the cloud service can ask for an invite to the service by hitting up at the Cubby’s new website. Once you’re in, apps are already available for Apple iOS and Android devices.
Via – LogMeIn