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I think for the most part they are all pretty similar. Sure, there are differences in amount of free storage, integration in the Apple/Google/MS universe, etc., but in general figure on 5Gb+- of free storage to get you started. Dropbox has had more than it's share of security issues in the past, but I know that they have made some improvements recently. I personally use Google Drive because it was already integrated into many things I use every day. The decision was based as much laziness as rational analysis, though.