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DigitalBucket: Store, organize, and share your files online

Digital BucketOnline storage sites are a dime a dozen these days. In fact, many offer several gigs of storage for free. Digital Bucket isn't free, or at least it won't be when it exits beta. But it does offer a few nice features.

Digital Bucket's interface is almost identical to the basic Windows File Explorer. Once you upload files, you can drag and drop, copy and paste, rename, zip, or unzip them.

You can also share files with other user and set file permissions limiting access to specific users. This could come in handy if you're working on a collaborative project or want to share access to certain documents with colleagues or clients.

Digital Bucket also works with Zoho, which means you can view and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files. There are also online music and video players and a photo album organizer and viewer.

The service is set to emerge from beta next week, at which point you'll be able to choose from several tiers of membership starting at $15 per year for 1GB of storage and a limited feature set. For $149 per year, you get 25GB, larger file size limits, and more features.

[via WebWare]

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