How-To Geek Offers 50GB Free for iPhone and iPad Users

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iOS: If you’re looking for some free cloud storage (and who wouldn’t like a little extra space to sync and backup their files?) is running a promotion wherein iOS users can download and install their mobile app for a 50GB bonus.

It’s that simple. Download the current version of the iOS app, login with your new or existing account, and score a 50GB bonus. The promotion runs until 12/01/2011. For more information hit up the link below. 50GB iOS Promotion [via The Unofficial Apple Weblog]

Jason Fitzpatrick is a warranty-voiding DIYer who spends his days cracking opening cases and wrestling with code so you don't have to. If it can be modded, optimized, repurposed, or torn apart for fun he's interested (and probably already at the workbench taking it apart). You can follow him on if you'd like.

  • Published 10/17/11

Comments (6)

  1. xythian

    FYI, imposes a per file size limit of 100MB. But, free is free.

  2. Michael Sammels

    Wow. OK, so a file limit is imposed, but this is epic! Thanks for the tip! :)

  3. Milo

    What is everybody using this for? Given the file limit.. I already have 4.5gb in Dropbox so most of my file-syncing needs are taken care of there. Either way, lets hear it!

  4. Michael

    Having 50 GB of space from is nice. I didn’t even have to own an ipad or ipone to sign up. I used one of the office ipads, installed the app, signed up, and now can access the files on my account on my android phone. I also use dropbox and wuala. They are all awesome, but I would like a bigger file upload allotment.

  5. Ben

    The file size limit and lack of a free sync tool is a real downside, but hey — 50GB of file space to chuck things online when you need to. Dropbox will be host to the files I use/need the most, but this can be a handy extra space.

  6. Wayne

    The free package doesn’t sync with your other machines either. In order to get syncing to your desktop or laptop, you need to pay a monthly fee. I’d rather pay the same fee to Dropbox.

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