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When compared to following clouds, media playback in mobile environments is advantageous. Especially regarding videos, the next cloud needs to be downloaded all together, while streaming. Just to stream! I need to install another app again. Cloud alone isn't enough to stream.

Faster compared to the next cloud. About 20%.

When you open a document with a cloud viewer, it breaks less than the next cloud (but breaking itself is already a problem).

Web app is supported. It's rudimentary, but it is possible to write. However, the thing is that the document format is really a bizarre format, such as .ndoc, that makes it extremely incompatible.

File sharing through the URL (but that is as far as another cloud is concerned).

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It includes a smaller capacity when compared to next cloud.

In comparison to foreign cloud services, it boasts poor service quality.

When compared to next cloud, it is very disadvantageous for music playback. Continuous streaming is possible only for several selected sound sources. The next cloud only has to be in a folder.

You have to share a URL so you can't share music files or videos.

According to the report, you will find a saying that N drive appears like an area drive when installed, but only it comes out like a local drive, which is no different from the folder synchronization setting. It's even worse for computers in the first place when external programs play tricks in it. It's far better to just tidy up the synchronization folder.***

It is very specialized in playing music. Specifically, it's the only cloud that can play sound sources in an environment similar to MP3 players we are familiar with. Although each song has some buffering, it seems to play around 192kpbs continuously, assuming that communication is in good condition in a 3G environment. Needless to say, in reality, it's often cut off at that point)

It has a large capacity. This can be a significant advantage when considering domestic cloud services as a whole, which have low quality of media access in cloud services.

You can substitute the end drive above. In particular, if a picture is contained in a document, it is rarely opened properly.

Streaming songs often cuts off (however, not often) due to communication problems with the cloud, not Internet speed problems. Personally i think like it's about once every two hours. And when you pay attention to high-quality sound sources, it gets buffered often, or if you are in a place where the 3G environment isn't smooth, it gets cut off more often. And when it's in that state, you must discover the path of the folder where the song was playing and play it again.

The only way to talk about is folder sharing. Only some documents or presentation files are for sale to file viewing. Except for those points, you'll find nothing to say even if it really is almost a webhard level.

Foreign Cloud Comparison (Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, Skydrive)

Google Drive

It exerts tremendous power on paper documents. In particular, even lacking any office program, Google Drive can cover it to some extent. Not fancy ppts or fancy excels, almost any simple document is OK.

It is beneficial to reflect the progress of work in the mobile environment. By setting up only offline views, the files you focus on can continue being reflected in the cloud instantly. This is a very convenient feature for sharing files with other users.

It is easy to interact with other Google services such as Gmail.

Unless you upload documents right to the Google drive but write them on the Google drive web app, the capacity of the file does not account for cloud storage (what do you mean, if you just use the web app, the capability of the Google drive is infinite).

Now, photo media access is strong at the dropbox level. You can flip through photos and videos could be played immediately. However, the loading time seems to take a little longer than the dropbox. I feel it), nonetheless it doesn't bother me.

There are the most apps that could be connected. In a desktop environment. Various connection apps allow various operations in the net environment without installing programs on the computer. It's a tiny problem that the app doesn't connect at all on mobile, but it's the best in the desktop environment.

Upload a little pdf file and change it to Google Docs format. It can then be stored again in MS Word format or something. However, it really is only possible with pdf files of 2MB or less.

There is absolutely no bandwidth restriction in name. There's a testimony that it is a block after a lot of writing, but it's not stipulated by company policy.

If you are using Google Docs web app, it is possible to save documents indefinitely, but in the event that you save them indefinitely, it's the same as when you lose your Internet connection, you are going to sink and use MS word, right?)

Google Docs web app, cloud-connected web app, support for editing files using a variety of programs, but it is still crude in comparison to office programs used on computers.Is it obvious?)


Dropbox

It exerts its strongest power in media viewing. Photo folders? Can be flipped smoothly (Domestic cloud services require a specific amount of buffering time for every photo). However, in the event that you wait a little bit for the dropbox, the photos in a single folder are loaded entirely. While considering Photo A, Photo B is loaded and scrolling is possible without the blockage. Video? Beyond streaming, it is possible to freely specify before start of playback. It's the best in the world with regards to media reading.

There are various means of increasing capacity. Camera upload settings, invitation of friends, events at the company level, etc.



The speed is relatively good. It's a lot faster compared to the Box and doesn't work with Google Drive.

The file capacity limit which can be uploaded from a free account is the largest. 300MB.

The bandwidth of the free account is bigger than that of the Box. It is updated by 20GB each day. It's practically infinite unless you're going to share large files.

The starting capacity is the smallest. Two gigabytes of dirt.

Price compared to capacity is the priciest cloud service. Dirty bastards...

You will find a saying that changes in documents cannot be reflected in real time when working on documents.

Word documents shouldn't flip different files like picture documents.

The dropbox itself can't be documented.

There are the most compatible apps in the mobile environment. If you need to work on a document, you can choose the interface you want through the app drive and work on it leisurely.

In the case of document files, simple document inquiry is a convenient axis because previews are provided. Unlike additional.dropboxes, if there are multiple Word documents in a folder, Word documents can be flipped over the file or file, as can be seen in the photo file.

File sharing support is fairly good. This box allows anyone who manages or creates a website to share data conveniently with little use of the web page's resources. However, the bandwidth of the free account is 10GB per month, which is quite small.

Slow. Not paid people.

Media access is very disadvantageous. It's even worse than Google Drive, which says it's disadvantageous above. It's better to just do it on a computer than listen to it for a test.

The uploadable file capacity limit may be the smallest. 100MB. Free account only.

In a mobile environment, real-time documentation is rarely supported.

If you don't install Boxeditor, the documentation will be written with an extension that may only be written on Box (it works, so it is better than Dropbox, but it's less than Google Drive).

It had been recently updated (on 22 February?). Media access is currently quite convenient. Especially photo files. But the pace is still a little slow.***

Skydrive

The writing function is very powerful. Many cloud services offer Web apps. But Skydrive's may be the most similar to the MS office documenting environment we've often used. And there are also the most supported handwriting, though it is four-legged.

The basic capacity is rather good. 7GB. Well, it isn't that strong a difference.

It is no exaggeration to say that the interface of mobile apps may be the most backward cloud service ever.

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