Box.net is one of the most famous cloud storage services on the net. Before Google Drive came, Box.net started to gain popularity by giving away storage upgrades in the Cloud. First to iPhone users, then to owners of an Xperia, and later also with other manufacturers. LG is among them at the moment and, as manufacturers of the Nexus 4, everyone who has this smartphone also opts to expand their hard drive online up to 50 GB.
There were doubts as to whether this extension would be available for free since it is not a conventional LG device. In fact, their official brand is Nexus, or perhaps Google, but LG is only listed as a manufacturer, so it was not very clear if they would be eligible for the 50 GB free. However, as the Übergizmo portal says, it is. There are already several users who have confirmed that by downloading and installing the Box.net Android application on their devices, they have been rewarded with fifty free gigabytes.
This is especially remarkable on a smartphone like the Nexus 4, which is only available in two versions, one 8GB and the other 16GB, which can be relatively short. Box.net expands, in some way, the memory of the device, adding 50 GB plus. It is true that it is not as fast to have it in the Cloud as to have it on the smartphone. But when the time comes, we can send some photos to the Cloud to have them stored there, and free up memory. Bear in mind that taking the application on your mobile, viewing the photos would be as easy as accessing through an Internet connection. With WiFi, for example, browsing albums would be almost as fast as carrying them in the device’s own internal memory.
If you are lucky to have a Nexus 4, do not hesitate and hurry up to download the application of Box.net for Android for free at Google play. In addition, this promotion will no longer be available on December 31, so it will be necessary to take advantage of it quickly.