Earlier this year, LogMeIn launched its cloud storage service Cubby in beta. After a successful year, LogMeIn has announced pricing plans for when the service is taken out of beta next year.
Like Google Drive, Cubby currently offers 5 GB of storage for free to users. Dropbox however only offers 2GB for free. Cubby Pro, the paid subscription version of the service, will offer annual prepaid plans from $6.99 a month for 100GB or $67 a month for 1TB. Month to month plans are also available: 100GB costs $9.99 a month and 1TB is $99.90.
Cubby allows users to access files from Mac, Windows, Android or iOS devices. On top of the additional storage, Pro users will receive extra features like DirectSync, which lets subscribers sync any amount of data directly across devices.
Pricing makes Cubby a strong competitor in the cloud storage game but will it be enough to gain market share from Dropbox or sway users from the Google ecosystem and its Google Drive service?