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How to install Copy.com client in Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Windows, Windows Phone, Android, Mac OS X (10.7+) and iOS


                                                 

Copy.com is a cloud based, multi-platform file storage, file sharing and file syncing service similar to Google Drive, One Drive and Dropbox. It offers 15 GB of cloud storage space for a free account and you can get more if you sign up for a pro account. 

One big advantage of Copy over other cloud services like Google Drive, Dropbox is unlimited file size uploads. You can upload those 1080p videos you took, movies, raw photos, or anything. It also has something called "Fair Storage for all" feature where if you have a pro account and you have been sharing a folder with other users then the cost to host that folder will be evenly split between users sharing the folder. So a 20 GB folder shared between 4 people only counts as 5 GB per person.


If you Sign up for Copy.com account using the referral link below you and i both will get an extra 5 GB (Total 20 GB) storage space.





For Ubuntu / Linux Mint & other derivatives


At first open Terminal and type the following commands and press enter after each command.

Step 1 :
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:paolorotolo/copy

Step 2 :
sudo apt-get update

Step 3 :
sudo apt-get install copy





For Windows



For Windows Phone



For Android



For Mac OS X (10.7+)



For iOS




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