Cloud-storage company Box recently updated its Android app, and now they are making it even more attractive to get you to use it. They’re giving away 50GB of free storage for life to anyone who downloads and users their Box.Net Android application. If you are in need of stable cloud storage make sure to check it out because the offer ends March 23, 2012.
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