External storage methods to extend your Android Tablets storage space:
Most Android Tablets comes in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB storage capacity, and as you begin to store multimedia the storage space begins to deplete and you start to panic because you do not want to lose or delete any files. Mobile computing has seen much improvement in recent times, I believe with time bigger storage space Android Tablets will be revealed but for now we are stuck with the above listed storage capacity devices.
Most Android Tablet users have been concerned about how to extend their device’s storage space. I want to show you some simple alternative methods to extend your Android Tablet’s storage space so you won’t be faced with either deleting your movies or files to increase your storage space. Now lets get started…
Cloud Storage Services: There are a lot of free and premium cloud storage services you can use to extend your Android Tablet’s storage space. Severally in this blog, I have talked about cloud storage and syncing services. There are countless numbers of them that are ready to offer you FREE and premium storage spaces so you can save all your heavy files in the cloud and save space on your device. The good thing about this method is that you can even stream your multimedia from some of this cloud storage services without having to re-download the file before you can view it. My top 10 Android apps for free cloud storage services includes: Dropbox (3GB), Skydrive (25GB), OpenDrive (5GB), Box (50GB), Syncplicity (2GB), SpiderOak (2GB), iDrive (5GB), Ubuntu One Files (5GB), and SugarSync (5GB).
Wireless Storage Devices: The need to extend Android Tablets storage space has led to the innovation of wireless storage devices. Just like a wireless external HDD for Android Tablets, Kingston’s Wi-Drive and GoFlex Satellite Mobile Wireless Storage are wireless storage devices for your mobile devices like iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android devices etc. These devices allows you not just to extend your Android Tablet’s storage space but it also provides you the opportunity of going around with your media library and the capacity to stream it wirelessly. Wi-Drive can provide you with up to 64GB external storage space while GoFlex Satellite can provide you with up to 500GB storage capacity. Don’t worry about power as they come with an in-built battery that can last up to 4 and 7 hours respectfully for Wi-Drive and GoFlex Satellite. These devices can also allow you to stream over Wi-Fi to 8 devices at the same time; you can also sync media and documents from your PC etc.
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