Sony's cloud service PlayMemories goes live with Android and iOS apps, throws in 5GB for free
We just finished our comparison of some cloud storage services with Google Drive, which launched yesterday, and today another one pops up. Sony just introduced its own syncing and storage solution for registered users of the Sony Entertainment Network, called PlayMemories Online.
It offers 5GB for free, and, as you can guess, will be available across the Sony universe of computers, TVs, tablets and smartphones. Hey, it even gets its own Android and iOS apps, as any self-respecting cloud service should do.
There is also a web-based management center that can be accessed from any browser, and the service will convert the videos you upload so you can stream without a hassle on any other Sony device with a screen afterwards.
Now that Sony got into the cloud game, and HTC has its Dropbox collaboration for the new Sense 4.0, we are only waiting from Samsung to chip in with its rumored S-Cloud, or whatever it gets called, adding to the already dizzying array of choices that ask for our personal files in exchange for convenience.