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Amazon this morning announced that its users in Japan now have access to its Cloud Drive service.

The company is inviting users to store their files on the Amazon cloud and is dangling 5 gigabytes of space for free. Extra space of 20 gigabytes cost ¥800 per year, similar to the $10 charged in the U.S.

The company first released a desktop app for cloud storage in May this year, and followed up with a photo app for Android devices at the start of this month.

Besides tying in all your devices, the idea is also for its Android-based Kindle Fire and Fire HD devices to be hooked up to your files, especially photos, so you can show your colleagues yet another picture of your adorable puppy.

The Cloud Drive Photos app is free in the Google Play Store and Amazon Appstore.

 

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Amazon opens Cloud Drive to Japanese users

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