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I have written often about Dropbox. I have been a Dropbox user for years and have always had a high opinion of the service. In fact, I continue to have a high opinion of Dropbox. However, several competitors have appeared on the scene in the past few years. One of those competitors has kept expanding its services and dropping its prices. That competitor is Google Drive. In fact, Google Drive has improved so much that it now appeals to me even more than does Dropbox.
I recently moved almost all my files stored in Dropbox to Google Drive, and after a few days of use, I am very happy with the switch.
The two services are not identical. There are pros and cons to each. However, the advantages of Google Drive now meet my needs better than those of Dropbox. Those same pros and cons may or may not appeal to you.
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