AVG an anti-virus software company is ending its storage service, LiveKive on July. The service allows users to archive, and share content across desktop and mobile devices. AVG launched LiveKive on 2011 under a freemium model where users have access to 5GB of free storage that can be used to synchronize and store data across devices. Users then have the option to buy 25GB of storage for $49.99 and 500GB for $79.99 annually.

According to AVG, LiveKive customers will no longer be able to upload new files starting April 9, 2014 then on July 8, 2014 all files on LiveKive system will be deleted and will no longer be available. Customers should donwload and save LiveKive files they want to keep before July 7, 2014.

Read the rest of the news here: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/03/03/avg_killing_cloud_storage_service/

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