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Difference between iCloud and Mega

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  • Last Updated : 05 Dec, 2022
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iCloud is a cloud storage and cloud computing service provided by Apple Incorporation. It allows users to store data such as documents, photos, and music on remote servers for download to iOS, macOS, or Windows devices. It also enables to sharing and send data to other users. It is also helpful to manage the Apple devices if it is lost or stolen. It was launched in 2011. 

Mega is a file hosting service and cloud storage which is provided by Mega Limited. It is basically designed for web-based applications but it also provides mobile applications for Android, Windows Phone, and iPhone. It was launched by Kim Dotcom in 2013. It was developed using PHP, C++, JavaScript, Java, and Objective-C. It offers 20 GB free storage space with an additional 5 GB for free trial. 

Difference between iCloud and Mega are as follows:

It is owned by Apple Incorporation.It is owned by Mega Limited.
It was launched in 2011.It was launched in 2013.
It was developed by Apple.It was developed by Kim Dotcom.
It offers 5 GB free storage space.It offers 20 GB free storage space with additional 5 GB per achievements.
It provides limited maximum storage space for paid.It also provides limited storage space for paid.
It does not provide applications for all operating systems and web based systems.It provides applications for all operating systems and web based systems.
The maximum storage size is 2 TB here.Here maximum storage size is 16 TB.
It partly supports file versioning.It fully supports file versioning.
It does not support remote uploading.It also does not support remote uploading.
The maximum file size is 50 GB.Here maximum file size is equal to available cloud drive space.
It has a traffic or bandwidth limit of 200 GB or 400 GB or 600 GB per month.It has a end-to-endtraffic or bandwidth limit of 10 GB free and up to 96 TB per month for paid.
128-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) with client-side encryptionThere is no end to end encryption.
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