Difference between Wuala and pCloud

1. Wuala :
Wuala was a file synchronization service, file storage service, file versioning service and backup storage service which was originally provided by Caleido Incorporation but was later owned by Seagate Technology. It was developed by Dominik Grolimund and Luzius Meisserin. It was majorly developed using Java. It offered 5 GB free storage space. It was launched in 2008.

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 Wuala and pCloud :

WUALA PCLOUD
Originally owned by Caleido Incorporation but was later owned by Seagate Technology. It is owned by pCloud AG.
It was launched in 2008. It was launched in 2013.
It was developed by Dominik Grolimund and Luzius Meisserin. It was developed by pCloud AG.
It offered 5 GB free storage space but later on it was made only paid-service. It offers 10 GB free storage space.
It offered 2 TB maximum storage size for paid. Maximum storage size for paid is 2 TB here also.
It was a file hosting and commercial file synchronization service. It is a file sharing service.
It did not support file versioning. It supports file versioning.
It provided ability to trade local disk storage space against cloud storage. It does not provide ability to trade local disk storage space.
Initially it had referral system but later on referral service was suspended. It does not provide additional free storage space for referral.
It had traffic or band-width limit. It does not have traffic or band-width limit.
This service was suspended in 2015. It is still in use.

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