Amazon Launches Cloud Drive in Canada

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Amazon.ca this week announced the launch of Amazon Cloud Drive in Canada.

According to Amazon, customers in Canada can now upload and store all of their digital files in the Amazon Cloud and access them using Cloud Drive.  Customers can also use Cloud Drive Photos for Android or iOS devices. Amazon says customers will get 5 GB of free storage with additional storage plans starting at $10 per year.

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“Millions of customers around the globe have already discovered the benefits of Amazon Cloud Drive to safely store and manage precious files like photos, videos and documents,” says Russell Dicker, Director of Amazon Cloud Drive. “We are proud to bring Amazon Cloud Drive to our customers in Canada.  With Amazon Cloud Drive, you can manage and access files across multiple physical devices and you don’t have to worry about hard drive crashes. All of your content is stored safely on Amazon’s servers and is accessible from anywhere using a PC, Mac or web browser.”

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Quoth Amazon:

Cloud Drive for Windows and Mac includes File Sync, which automatically synchronizes files and helps customers easily store and manage their digital content in the Amazon Cloud from a folder on their computer. The app makes it simple for users to put files in Amazon Cloud Drive and access them from any of their computers, ensuring they always have access to the latest version of their files.  

Amazon’s Cloud Drive Photos mobile app is available through iTunes for iOS and Google Play for Android.

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