G Cloud for Android is updated to version 4.0.3 and is ready to download and install for everybody who wants to make prompt backups of all their data. There ‘re no limitations with what it will back up. Choose from contacts, settings, photos, music, videos, messages and everything else you can think about.

Lebron James tweeted a message earlier today that “his phone had just erased everything it had in it and rebooted.” If Mr. James had of begun using G Cloud, he would have a backup stored so it would not matter. It made headlines today because Lebron gets paid lots of money in endorsements for Samsung to advertise their Smartphones. Lebron uses the Android-based phone himself every day and, unfortunately, there’s many people out their like him that don’t back up their personal data so when something like this does go wrong they can’t get it back. It is a perfect way of explaining why applications such as G Cloud are so valuable and important to use. Backing up doesn’t have to be difficult and stressful, and it is apps such as this one that make it a lot easier.

G Cloud Backup

G Cloud data usage screenshot Version 4.0.3 brings in a new “Cloud gallery” and a new unlimited storage deal that will only set you back $1.99 a month. There’s also a way users can find lost phones on a map. Keeping in mind that using it is free for everybody with an Android phone or tablet looking to use Cloud storage of up to 10GB. I have many apps, and I am using about that many data for my phone so it is a good deal that offers a good amount of free space to use.

There’s also lots of  bug fixes that give this edition a performance boost over the last. There’s also a new UI that is more aesthetically pleasing to look out as well as being a lot better to use. It’s important to try to simplify things for people using the app as much as possible because at the end of the day that’s the main reason people don’t back things up more often. If they knew how to do it, and they could do it without and trouble, then there would be no reason not to have backups stored, and that is what G Cloud aims to do.

Download it here from the Google Play store.