One of my favorite secure file storage solutions is pCloud, a Swiss startup with a commitment to privacy and a ton of innovative features. As a long time Dropbox user, pCloud feels familiar with their built-in media player, automatic Camera Roll upload, and the ability to easily share files. However unlike Dropbox, pCloud's administrators don't have the ability to spy on your stuff because of "pCloud Crypto"; an end-to-end encrypted, password protected, zero-knowledge folder that's unreadable by staff or government agencies.
Using pCloud is snappy (uploading photos from a device is impressively fast) and the user experience is intuitive. If you're looking for a more privacy-friendly Dropbox competitor, keep pCloud near the top of your list.
SKILL LEVEL: BEGINNER
$4.99 - $9.99 USD /month
$3.99 - $7.99 USD /annually
$125 - $250 USD /lifetime
Use Instead of
Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, Amazon Web Services (AWS), or OneCloud
iOS, Android, MacOS, Windows, Linux, Windows Mobile, web
pCloud has all the bells-and-whistles of mainstream cloud storage with a ton of extra security baked in.
pCloud is fast and responsive with very few glitches. It's a very refined experience.
There's a lot of craft baked into pCloud's pixels. Everything is minimal and distraction-free.