Let’s face it; according to a research conducted from mid-November through mid-February, more than half of the planet’s population is on Android OS. How much of that population has lost, upgraded or damaged their device? Quite a lot one would imagine with everything going on in the world. You would think that Google with all its glory and infinite wisdom would take that to their benefit and thus create a way to backup everything on a device either to a PC, USB/ SD card storage. Yet they’ve decided to leave it up to third parties.
Even though there are quite a few third party apps that offer backup for Android devices, there are none that offer such ease, straightforwardness and huge storage as G Cloud Backup does. It doesn’t even stop there; wouldn’t it be nice when getting a new device (or three), to be able to just sing in and CaBam, it’s all there, backed up safe and sound?
Well, it is that simple with G Cloud backup.
To get started all you have to do is download G Cloud on your Droid; it’s free and you can get up to 8GB of free storage. There are plenty of features that distinguish G Cloud from any other Android backup solution and today we shall tackle the multiple devices’ feature.
Have you ever wondered what the “multiple devices’ feature” in G Cloud is all about? Well, G Clouders you have to wonder no more; we’ll be bringing you tip alerts throughout this summer to acquaint you more with all the latest updates, news and features as soon as they happen!
This week we are giving you a quick tutorial on how to backup all of your Android devices with the same G Cloud account. Here is what you have to do:
1. Install G Cloud on the second device (tablet or phone).
2. Tap on “I am already a G Cloud user”.
3. Sign in to your account.
4. Select “add this device to my account”.
5. Select the data you wish to backup and G Cloud will automatically back it all up.
Yes, it is that easy to get it done. Now if you want to view the data you’ve just backed up just go to our web console: www.gcloudbackup.com