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Till date, we have seen a war between smartphone manufacturers in India, but, after the entrance of Reliance Jio, things quickly changed. All the other telecom networks are now battling with Reliance Jio.
It is no doubt that, Bharti Airtel is India's leading telecom network, however, the telecom network quietly taking on several offerings of Reliance Jio. A couple of days ago, Airtel introduced a new feature into their modern myAirtel app, where you can create your personal files of up to 2GB.
This move directly competes with the Reliance Jio's 'Jio Cloud' app, where they also offer some amount of storage to store all the files. Check out who stands tall when compared with each other.
Called as 'Airtel Backup.'
This new feature from Airtel will be called as 'Airtel Backup.' And, it comes bundled with the 'myAirtel' app itself. You just need to download the app or update the app if you're already a user of the app.
Rebranded as 'JioCloud.'
In the previous update, the JioDrive has been rebranded as 'JioCloud' with improved interface and stability.
You can BackUp Videos, Messages, Call logs, etc
Both the applications provide same features, but the JioCloud even allows you to backup your call logs. Apart from that, you can backup your photos, music, videos, etc.
JioCloud is the Winner
JioCloud seems to be the clear winner here because it offers more storage than Airtel and even has several additional functionalities. Also, you can download the application separately.