There are numerous cloud storage services available for Android but for most paid services, data and shared folders count against individual storage quotas. That seems unfair because everyone ends up paying for the same data. With Copy, you can change that by splitting the bill. This app allows every user to control what file counts against one's individual storage limit.
Sharing data online via cloud services is becoming a standard. Even big companies, startups, and universities rely on the cloud nowadays for work, file sharing, and even communication for some. The Copy app is one of the easiest and safest ways to save, protect, and share documents online. Whatever you store on your Copy folder, you can access from your laptop, smartphone, tablet, or the Copy website.
The app just recently received a massive update. It's actually Version 3.2 already which comes with a rewritten sync engine. App is faster and now comes with native PDF support. Several bugs and errors have been fixed as well.
This app offers Chromecast support so you can stream any photos, video, or audio stored on your Copy account to a connected TV or display. The PhotoCopy feature is still there allowing you to sync photos and videos, as well, as automatically upload and backup your files. As with any other cloud storage service, you can also invite other users to join and access your folder. Feel free to upload any media file directly from your SD card or download different versions of any file for your reference.