There are too many songs, and not enough space to store them safely in today’s world.
So we’ve gathered the top five online storage services best suited to hosting a lot of music files, at a cheap cost. After all, what’s the point of having a big music collection, when it’s susceptible to loss due to:
Today, the global music industry is worth over 42 billion, with the US alone accounting for 15 billion of that pretty lucrative pie.
Which means they’re a crap ton of songs out there (duh!) and we need somewhere to store all that music, and more importantly, protect it from getting lost or stolen.
Which is where online storage comes into the picture.
Now, just to be clear, we’ve already covered this topic regarding services that can help you backup, stream, share and listen to music using the cloud.
MediaFire, as the name would suggest, will set your songs on fire. Just kidding, but it’s a good cloud storage and sharing solution for large media files, think of it as a less secure version of MEGA.
Unlike the former, however, MediaFire does have desktop apps you can use.
It also has a few other tricks up its sleeve that MEGA doesn’t. Such as file versioning, a real automatic folder syncing system, and the ability to show advanced statistics when it comes to downloads and shares.