Who is winning the personal cloud storage price wars? (chart)

Amid the introduction of iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite this week, Apple also announced its iCloud Drive along with some price cuts to go with it. Of course, a large part of choosing a cloud storage provider is based on the features they provide.

Apple’s iCloud, for instance, is obviously more tailored to an iPhone user than Android while Dropbox and Box aim to be more multi-platform. Price is still a priority though so here’s how the personal cloud storage competition shakes out:

Personal Storage
Cloud Provider Free Pricing Tiers
Apple iCloud Drive 5GB 20GB = $0.99/month
200GB = $3.99/month
Tiers available up to 1TB
Amazon Cloud Drive 5GB 20GB = $10/year
50GB = $25/year
100GB = $50/year
200GB = $100/year
500GB = $200/year
1000GB = $500/year
Box Personal 10GB
(up to 250mb file size)
100GB = $10/month with 5GB file upload size ($120/year)
Dropbox 2GB+
(Earn more space by referring friends, completing task)
100GB = $9.99/month or $99/year
200GB = $19.99/month or $199/year
500GB = $49.99/month or $499/year
Google Drive 15GB
(includes Google Drive, Gmail, Google+ photos)
100GB = $1.99/month
1TB = $9.99/month
Microsoft OneDrive 7GB+
(Gain more storage by linking camera roll, referring friends up to 15GB free)
50GB = $25/year
100GB = $50/year
200GB = $100/year