By default, some cloud services are installed on your mobile such as Google Drive, Microsoft OneNote, and Apple iCloud but they not always serve as a primary role or secondary backup. With the intention of replacing your local mobile storage or HDD Upthre, the company was founded by the people from MongoDB, Apple and Oracle just launched a new solution which will treat the cloud as your primary storage location. Though the NextBit Robin has tried this approach before but Upthere has added some spice to this approach by integrating support for MacOS, iOS, Microsoft, and Android.
With a fund of about $77 million from WD and KPCB alike the company just brought this service from beta testing. Everything is automatically stored on the cloud as this is a direct write technology. This is the first app designed by Upthere Home and was named as UpOS, a three-month trial is now available which require a download of various clients.
Users can search by the artist, location, time, file name, etc. as Upthere automatically categorize your content. Unlike other cloud services where one has to download and then save it back one the edit is done, Upthere allows users to open and edit files directly.
After the three-month trial, users have to pay $4.99 per month for 200 GBof cloud storage. The price increases $1.99 for every increase of 100 GB and this doesn’t consider the content that has been shared with you.