September 23, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
Box.net just got the memo: people want to store files in the cloud and be able to access them at any time from any place. You can’t really do that to full potential without having some access to your mobile phone, so Box.net has just released an Android app to get the job done.
Similar to Dropbox, HomePipe, and a slew of other services/apps, Box.net provides access to viewing or sharing files with others. Users can sign-up for a free personal account that offers 1-15 GB storage and 25MB file size limits. A business account will add on protected sharing, faster uploads, Google Apps support, and much more. A third “Enterprise” level unlocks even more features for administration, Salesforce.com, and unlimited storage. (Contact Box.net for pricing)
If you’ve been looking for another cloud storage option, check out Box.net. This is more of an enterprise-oriented option, so download if you need Dropbox for business.