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Photo: wichayada suwanachun (Shutterstock) Free unlimited cloud storage is typically a myth. If someone sells you on it, it usually comes with many caveats—usually with privacy concerns. But there’s actually a totally free, unlimited cloud storage that is pretty legit, so long as it lasts. And it comes via Telegram. Telegram is a popular, private messaging service that’s famous for its unlimited file sharing, among other things. Turns out, Telegram also has an API that gives developers access to the cloud storage feature. And developers over at TeleDrive used this Telegram API to create a cloud storage service that uses this feature. It’s pretty simple: You log in using your Telegram account, link it with TeleDrive, and you’re free to upload as many files as you want for free. You’re only limited by the bandwidth. There’s a 1.5 GB daily bandwidth, and a 2 GB upload and download limit. Both can be removed by paying a $10/year fee, if you wanted. TeleDrive also has the privacy part sorted: It uses Telegram’s own storage, so it’s private by default, and it will also be available in the Saved Messages section in your Telegram app. All that sounds good. So what’s the catch? We tested the service with multiple files and it holds up. You can even preview video and audio files in the browser. The only real limitation is that this service depends on Telegram’s APIs. If Telegram decides to limit or discontinue its cloud storage APIs, this service is […]