Free Cloud Storage Space From Zoolz seems to be quite nice as it has integrated apps for Android, iOS and Desktop Operating System. Saed Karmi of Zoolz personally contacted us for a review type article on their Free Cloud offer. Regular visitors are quite aware that we have some policies. First is unbiased opinion and second is we never use any paid affiliate type links. There are lot of articles on Free Cloud Storage itself on this website and in English Language this is the only non product selling or paid service providing website with covering almost all aspects of Cloud Computing and Virtualization.
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Previously published articles on Free Cloud Storage
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Features and Review of Free Cloud Storage Space From Zoolz
You can copy paste www.zoolz.com on your browser to visit Zoolz website. The interface is minimalistic and reminds us of another Free Cloud Storage Space provider – Dropbox. You will get 4 GB of Free Cloud Storage from Zoolz and just like Dropbox, with referrals you can earn upto 20GB of Free Cloud Storage.
Zoolz is integrated with Facebook, so it might be useful for some Free Cloud Storage users and there are iPhone, iPad apps (Android as per them is going to be available soon) as well as for Desktops.
The crux is that, in order to use Free Cloud Storage from Zoolz, you need to install any app. We found no other way to upload backups or files via browser.
Our honest opinion is definitely you can test Free Cloud Storage from Zoolz, but there are already good alternatives too – Rackspace, Amazon provides Cloud Drive at very low cost, Jungle Disk is now owned by Rackspace and gives solid performance. The king of Free Cloud Storage however, remains Dropbox with all imaginable features. We hope Zoolz will add a web interface for their Free Cloud Storage service to be a good competitor.