Zoolz is a handy little app which provides cloud storage services with 4GB of free storage space online. It works more or less the same as other cloud storage services, but the thing that distinguishes this app from the rest is that a user has the option to choose which local folders he/she wants to sync by allowing users to easily access their data remotely through the official Zoolz mobile app. Zoolz is also integrated with Facebook, allowing users to share their photos instantly to their Facebook accounts.

Another interesting feature to be noted here is that it allows someone to download and open files on a device through compatible apps. You can also sync more than one computer, providing you access to data that you might have saved on someone’s PC.

After installing the Zoolz client on your device and its counterpart software on the computer (from where the files would be synced) you would have to create an account to log into the service or on the other hand you can also use your Facebook account to login directly. Once registered, you are automatically provided with 4 GB of free storage, but you can also choose to extend your storage up to 20 GB by in-app purchase or via referrals to your friends.

Another thing is that through the web version of Zoolz, you can choose which part of your computer’s storage you want to sync. For example, you can either choose to sync the entire My Documents or My Computer folder etc. It should be noted here that syncing a file might take some time depending on the number of files to be synced and also on the the speed of your network or wi-fi connection. However, once the syncing process is done, everything will be quite fast and relatively easy to manage.

The Zoolz app also has a native file explorer that lets you browse through all the synced files in your Zoolz account. Contents are also sorted based on categories, namely Files, Photos, and Favorites making file browsing very simple and easy to use. The app also has a timeline-based photo gallery showing photos in chronological order, sorting from oldest to the newest.

Source: Google Play Store