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AMZN’s Zocalo: 5 Things to Know About the Amazon File-Sharing Service

Zocalo costs $5 a month per user


Amazon (AMZN) has is making Zocalo, its file-sharing and storage service, available to everyone.


Amazon’s cloud-sharing service starts users off with a default limit of 200GB a month for $5 for every user. Each Zocalo account allows up to 50 users.

Here are a few things to know about Amazon’s Zocalo.

  • The service can be accessed on desktops, laptops and mobile devices.
  • There are apps for Zocalo so that it can be used on Apple’s (AAPL) iPads, Google’s (GOOG) Android tablets and Kindle Fire.
  • The service can be used to store any type of file.
  • Amazon’s Zocalo works with Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Microsoft’s (MSFT) Internet Explorer web browsers.
  • The maximum size of a single file that can be uploaded to the cloud-storage service is 5GB.

For more information regarding Amazon’s Zocalo, check out the company’s official FAQ.

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