Offers iOS Users 50GB Of Free Online Storage Offers iOS Users 50GB Of Free Online Storage has announced an intriguing promotion that should interest Apple fans. The company is currently offering 50GB of free online storage to anyone with a free Box Personal account on their iOS device.

The 50GB of storage is ten times what Apple’s iCloud service offers users for free, and is being offered free with no strings attached. A comparable amount of storage on DropBox would cost $9.99 per month, and a comparable amount of storage through Apple’s iCloud service would cost $100 per year. can be used to store photos, documents, videos, music, or other digital files safely on’s servers, and files stored there can be accessed anywhere there’s an internet connection. What’s also notable about the service is that’s free iOS app (link) includes wireless AirPlay streaming of photos, videos, presentations and other types of files you may have stored on their servers, and also fully integrates with Google Docs.

In order to take advantage of this offer, you need only download’s iOS client (Free, App Store Link) and claim your free storage beginning at 12:01 p.m. pacific tomorrow, October 14th. The promotion will be available for 50 days after it begins tomorrow afternoon.

  1.’s iOS apps are TERRIBLE, especially in comparison to Dropbox’s. I’ll definitely sign up for Box now though, in hopes that they update their apps in the near future.

    1. Mark Saldana says:

      Sorry to hear that, Robert! Hopefully we add some improvements in the future that make you happy. 

      1. I would love to have the ability to add/delete files and folders from the mobile app (especially iPad).

        I do however like the fact that I can cache files for offline use, comment and share them as well (not sure if this was recently added in an update, but I hadn’t noticed it before).

  2. Guest says:

    is this offer good in canada as well??

  3. Virtualdad says:

    So, if I stoop to getting an IOS device, I can have another 50GB on Boxnet? I already have 50GB, from my Touchpad puchase months ago. Sloppy Seconds for Mac users.

  4. Steve Smith says:

    Its for 50 days not a lifetime – cheated!

  5. how can I “claim my free storage” ?!

  6. how can i “claim my free storage”?!

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