MemoryCloud
MemoryCloud
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MemoryCloud free download for Mac

MemoryCloud

1.0.1
06 September 2011

Store photos and video in the cloud.

Overview

MemoryCloud stores your favorite photos and videos for you, allowing you to reclaim precious hard drive space.

Not backup, not synchronization. MemoryCloud is simple and safe storage for the files that typically take up a lot of room.

Here's how it works: photos and videos occupy a lot of space on your Mac. With MemoryCloud, you just drag and drop these files to store them on the cloud; drag and drop again to retrieve. Smaller versions of the originals are kept on your hard drive so you can still view a favorite photo any time you want.

Want to know what is being stored for you? MemoryCloud places a small watermark on your compressed files, so you instantly know what has been archived to the cloud.

MemoryCloud provides a simple alternative to multiple CDs, memory cards and external storage devices, allowing you to carry smaller versions of your media with you. Finally, you don't have to choose between cherished memories and hard drive space.

MemoryCloud offers:
  • Safe storage utilizing Amazon's state-of-the-art cloud technology.
  • A simple way to organize and access your favorite photos and videos.
  • Full compatibility with both iPhoto and iTunes.
  • The only cloud storage solution that also allows you to reclaim precious hard drive space.

What's new in MemoryCloud

Version 1.0.1: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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1 MemoryCloud Reviews

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M-Luther
06 September 2011

Most helpful

MemoryCloud is free to download, but it requires a cloud subscription of $10/month for 25 GB of storage, $20/month for 100 GB, or $50/month for 250 GB to use. I am not going to rate the program since I chose not to pay to use it, but the seller should not list this as a "free" app. I can download any shareware app for free, even use them for a time. It is dishonest to bill MemoryCloud as a "free" app because you cannot even use it without paying for a subscription.
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Version 1.0.1
M-Luther
06 September 2011
MemoryCloud is free to download, but it requires a cloud subscription of $10/month for 25 GB of storage, $20/month for 100 GB, or $50/month for 250 GB to use. I am not going to rate the program since I chose not to pay to use it, but the seller should not list this as a "free" app. I can download any shareware app for free, even use them for a time. It is dishonest to bill MemoryCloud as a "free" app because you cannot even use it without paying for a subscription.
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Version 1.0.1
3 answer(s)
ATaylor
ATaylor
06 September 2011
There actually is a free level with MemoryCloud which gets you 250MB of storage. Just choose "No thanks" on the subscription page.
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M-Luther
M-Luther
06 September 2011
Thanks for that info, ATaylor. I downloaded and began the registration process in the app which re-directed me to their website. On that web page it only lists the pricing plans and says nothing of a free level. Guess I gave up too soon. It would have been more helpful to me if MemoryCloud could have been more forthcoming with the subscription information and included the free level when displaying the tiered pricing.
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MemoryCloud
MemoryCloud
19 September 2011
Thanks for the suggestion M.Luther! We have updated our website to clarify pricing plans and better show our free 250MB level. We now have 30-day free pricing all all subscriptions as well! Appreciate your feedback.
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later

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