Difference between iCloud and pCloud

1. iCloud :
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 share 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.

2. pCloud :
pCloud is a file sharing and cloud storage service which is provided by pCloud AG. It is a secure cloud storage service. It also provides the file sharing service which helps in sharing of files with other users. It does not have limitation of file size. It was developed by pCloud AG. It offers 10 GB free storage space. It provides limited maximum storage for paid. It was launched in 2013.



Difference between iCloud and pCloud :

ICLOUD PCLOUD
It is owned by Apple Incorporation. It is owned by pCloud AG.
It was launched in 2011. It was launched in 2013.
It was developed by Apple Inc. It was developed by pCloud AG.
It offers 5 GB free storage space. It offers 10 GB free storage space.
It provides limited maximum storage space. It also provides limited maximum storage space.
It is a file hosting and cloud storage service. It is a file sharing, cloud storage and backup service.
It has the maximum storage size of 2 TB. Maximum storage size is 2 TB here also.
It partly supports file versioning. It fully supports file versioning.
It is generally designed for macOS and iOS operating systems. It is designed for all operating systems.
Maximum file size is 50 GB here. Maximum file size is unlimited here.
It does not support client-side encryption. It supports client-side encryption.
It has traffic or band-width limit of 200 GB or 400 GB or 600 GB per month. It does not have traffic or band-width limit.

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