Becoming a Sony smartphone owner has another advantage: they will have a huge virtual space in one of the famous online storage services, Box dot com, a tough opponent of Dropbox. Sony has renewed its partnership with leading online storage services across the market.
Box and Sony renew their partnership again already occurred this year and with an expiration date at the end of this month of December. However, the current-and future-clients can have their free account by registering from a terminal Sony Xperia in Internet-based service. Moreover, according to the agreement, these may register until 31 December next year 2013.
What do you get with Box? For users who hold the Sony devices will have a virtual hard disk of 50 GB of space to store all kinds of documents, whether photographs, important documents that want to have stored in Box for if at any time you can recover from any Internet-connected computer. And best of all: this space is free, and lifetime.
Box service is a rival service provider of Dropbox. However, in this case, without any end user of Sony Xperia – just register, get five gigabytes of free space in front of the two gigabytes of Dropbox. Moreover, there are different mobile applications that make it easier to manage the service uploads. The platforms that are covered are: Android, iOS and Windows Phone.
In this way, users will not need to fill the internal memories of their terminals; Box online storage service will save everything important. Similarly, the Box team also has a platform on which feature different third-party applications that work seamlessly with the online storage service: applications that can electronically sign documents, annotate and then sync with Box or, however, edit office documents from any computer.
Moreover, since Sony discussed the limitations of this collaboration: only smartphones that have been released after the submission of Sony Xperia X10. However, the Sony Xperia X10 mini and Sony Xperia X10 mini pro, plus computers with versions prior to Android 2.1 Eclair, are not supported in the service.