It's rather amazing to see how much cloud storage is offered to users at no cost. Let's start with the big news yesterday that Microsoft's OneDrive is offering 15GB of storage FREE to everyone who signs up. Of course, the quintessential cloud service, DropBox, offers 2GB of storage standard, and as you sign up friends or opt to import photos, that space increases. I believe I am now up to 7.5GB. Google Drive starts you off with 15GB of data storage at no cost. And now, as I started using the DP of Yosemite, I have access to iCloud, which is offering 5GB of free storage to all its users. Once you sign up for these various services, you can drag their storage folders from your Mac hard drive to your FINDERwhere you can easily access its data. On mobile devices you can download individual apps that will allow you access to each of your storage accounts. I would guess that the only restriction one would have with an Android phone or tablet is access to iCloud storage.