HTC will now be offering 5 GB of free could storage through Dropbox as an integrated part of HTC Sense 3.5, reported Pocket Lint.
This is not a new move as many smartphone makers are providing cloud storage service. Apple is delivering it through iCloud, Microsoft is delivering it through Skydrive and there are also talks about Google soon adding their own service for Android powered devices.
By using Dropbox, users can share files, documents, pictures, videos songs and any other data across various devices. Along with this, Dropbox also allows users to create and share public libraries with others by invitation or by directly posting links of popular websites like Facebook and Twitter.
Dropbox application is available on iOS, BlackBerry and Android platforms as well where it is offering the usual 2GB of data storage space. However, HTC users will get additional 3 GB of data storage space along with the 2GB free data for storage.