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Copy is a cloud service like Dropbox or OneDrive. Copy gives you 15GB free which is more than any other services except for Google Drive which is also 15GB (which is shared with GMail and other services but if you had a separate account and all you used it for was Drive, you'd have 15GB). Effectively, your files are stored on the servers of the service you used and not on your device. You can access the files through their respective apps. The upside to this is that your files are accessible anywhere you have an internet connection. The downside is that you need an internet connection (which might be frustrating if you're on the road and don't have a data connection).

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