Here is a short subjective comparison of cloud storage services I tried (as of 06.2020). Note that I basically live in Apple ecosystem and need around 200GB of space.
|GB-Tier Price||🥉 High||🥈 Medium||🥇 Free|
with Microsoft 365
|Plan variety||🥉 Low||🥇 High||🥈 Medium|
|Desktop client||🥈 Solid||🥇 Integrated||🥉 Buggy|
|Performance||🥈 OK||🥇 Best||🥉 Bad|
|Version history||🥇 Yes||🥉 No||🥇 Yes|
|File sharing from…||🥇 Desktop, Web||🥉 Web only||🥇 Desktop, Web|
|E-mail file link||🥉 Manual||🥇 Automatic||🥉 Manual|
|OS variety||🥇 High||🥉 Low||🥈 Medium|
- Dropbox: The best option if you are on the TB-tier and/or use a large variety of operating systems. But you literally pay for that.
- iCloud: The best option if you are on the GB-tier and/or mostly use Apple devices. But you don’t get file versioning.
- OneDrive: The best option for Microsoft 365 subscribers with a tight budget and small batch of files. But a large file batch breaks the Mac desktop app.