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iOS/Windows/Mac: When you need to access a file that's on your PC's hard drive without being anywhere near it, you better hope you have Younity installed on it and on your iPhone. This nifty app scans folders on your computer and lets you access them on your iPhone, without needing cloud storage space.

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When you have multiple machines running on a home network, it's easy to get into the habit of sharing folders indiscriminately, especially if you don't have a server to act as a file hub. This isn't a great thing to do on a laptop you regularly connect to other, less secure networks. Fortunately, you don't have to hunt around your hard drives looking for shared folders and disabling them one-by-one — Windows provides a facility where you can view them all at once.

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Dbinbox gives your Dropbox account a custom URL that anyone, whether they use Dropbox or not, can use to upload files to you. If you (or they) are still under draconian file attachment restrictions, or you just want to send yourself a file without using email to do it, Dbinbox does the trick.

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You can share files through plenty of sites, so a new one needs a twist to make it compelling. Cloudup's point of difference: you can send a link to your files before they finish uploading, and you can create collections from local uploads and online sources.