Ooh did i say 5GB of data FREE cloud storage?....ooh yes but for only those with Galaxy SIII. SugarSync has been added to Samsung's AllShare Play service. The SugarSync was first added to Samsung Internet-connected Smart TVs in January and will now be featured on all Samsung devices with AllShare Play.
AllShare Play allows users to search for and play video, photo, and music files across all enabled PCs, TVs, and mobile devices. With the addition of SugarSync, users without a cloud-storage service can sign up for SugarSync and store up to 5GB of data for free, without leaving AllShare Play.
Beyond 5GB, pricing plans jump to $4.99 per month for 30GB, $9.99 for 60GB, and $14.99 each month for 100GB of storage. A 250GB or 500GB plan is also available, for $24.99 and $39.99 per month, respectively.
According to SugarSync CEO Laura Yecies, the Galaxy S III integration "a natural progression," providing Samsung mobile AllShare Play users with a way to share content with family and friends.
The Galaxy S III also comes with the Amazon Kindle app, Media and Music Hub, and Samsung Memo (memo-pad), Suggest (magazine-style app guide), and Voice (speech commands) features. Each carrier's model has its own built-ins, as well, though that list will depend on the service provider.