Now that Apple has launched its Cloud platform, the battle for internet-based-storage supremacy is on. Here's how the top four stack up.Your Profile
Apple addict (a.k.a. iSheep)
Stores anything created in an Apple application, with no size restriction, synchronizing content across devices, even uploading pics from your iPhone as you snap them.
Apple devices and PCs running Windows
Google cloud suite
Safeguards your Google universe: photos, documents, contacts, e-mail (up to 10 GB each). Plus, Google Music streams and synchronizes up to 20,000 tunes.
Anything with a browser, but Google Music is only for Android
Amazon Cloud Drive
Stores all file types no matter the size and streams all your uploaded songs for free—even the ones you didn't buy on Amazon—via its new Cloud Player.
Anything with a Flash-equipped browser
Microsoft Office power user
Windows Live SkyDrive
Comes with free Office applications to edit docs on your Web browser and synchronizes photos and videos between your PC and Windows smartphone.
PCs running Windows, Apple computers, and Windows phones
— Brian X. Chen
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