AVG has announced that their new cloud storage and backup service code named AirSpace has now entered a beta stage of development. AVG the antivirus specialists first announced it would be moving into the cloud storage market last month with AVG LiveKive which will be in direct competition with other providers such as SugarSync, Dropbox and SpiderOak.
The beta version of AVG LiveKive named AirSpace is now available to try and comes with an initial limit of 5GB, which is free for a year. AVG says the new service will allow users to automatically backup all their content online, allowing them to sync, access, and share anything from anywhere.
If 5GB won’t meet your needs, as soon as the beta stage ends AVG will be offering the ability to purchase extra space as required.
If you fancy giving AVG LiveKive a try jump over to their website to signup and get your 5GB of free storage for a year. Unfortunately its only currently available on Windows at the moment and no mobile apps are currently available either.
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