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G Cloud Backup

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Price: Free

Rating: 3.16/5 (43 votes)

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New: Earn up to 8 GB FREE!

If you have any questions or inquires please contact: gcloud_support@genie9.com Before submitting a comment, we will get back to you ASAPThank you :)

Never worry about losing your device, (One device is lost every 3 Secs in the US) just install this App and it will intelligently backup all your data to a secure cloud/online location, and its FREE

Backup and protect your SMS messages, contacts, call logs, documents, photos, music and videos to a secure cloud locationJust select what to backup and you’re done, it intelligently backs up daily when your battery level is normal and connected to WiFi, you can also select to use 3G.[+] Never worry about losing, damaging, replacing or upgrading your phone, G Cloud provides mobile to mobile free restore that is so easy

[+] It comes with FREE 1 GB (which is enough for most devices) with the ability to earn up to 8 GB FREE

Features:

• Backup Messages (SMS), contacts, call logs, documents, photos, videos and music• Secure data transfer (Secure Socket Layer) and storing (256-AES)• Backs up to the secure and reliable Amazon S3 cloud storage• Daily automatic backups when WiFi is available, plugged in, or have plenty of battery life• Easy mobile to mobile restore and same device restore.• No rooting or special configuration required• Backup External SD cards• Restore/Migrate to a new device with a click• Backs up every version of all files• Advanced options to change daily schedule, disable automatic schedule, backup over 3G, and more• No Rooting is required

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